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MakerSpace

The Digital Humanities MakerSpace encourages knowledge exchange, capacity building and training.

One of the MakerSpace 3D printers printing a pair of miniature busts.

Equipment

The MakerSpace comes equipped with a range of tools for working with cultural heritage objects, experimenting with imaging and 3D printing, and testing computational research approaches. This includes two 3D printers, multiple light tents, photogrammetry equipment, VR headsets, cameras, book scanners, touchscreen monitors, and Raspberry Pi computers. It is a modular space that can be used for teaching, research, seminars, or public engagement events.

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If you're interested in using the MakerSpace or want to collaborate on a project, please let us know!

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