CITRIS Invention Lab

CITRIS Invention Lab

This facility offers the tools, knowledge, and support to create interactive products, embedded sensing systems, and integrated mobile devices — and access to the Invention Lab is included with a Maker Pass.

March 19, 2015 | 10:22 pm

Jacobs Hall is part of a diverse campus network of spaces for tinkering, prototyping, and fabrication. A Maker Pass provides access not just to Jacobs Hall’s four floors of studios and labs, but also to the CITRIS Invention Lab, which offers tools for rapid prototyping and packaging. Elsewhere on campus, a variety of labs and shops provide specialized resources and other opportunities. Together, these spaces make up a rich ecosystem for hands-on making.

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Makerspaces at Moffitt Library

by Laura Mitchell

At Moffitt Library, spaces for making and a collective of student design clubs offer hands-on opportunities to students.

CITRIS Invention Lab

CITRIS Invention Lab

by BFC

This facility offers the tools, knowledge, and support to create interactive products, embedded sensing systems, and integrated mobile devices — and access to the Invention Lab is included with a Maker Pass.

Photos Copyright Noah Berger / 2013

Mechanical Engineering Machine Shop

by BFC

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SuperNode

SuperNode

by BFC

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Cory Student Workshop

Cory Student Workshop

by BFC

This 24/7 access space is outfitted with numerous power and hand tools, as well as ample table space for working on projects.