The event will be held at the QEII Library on Saturday, August 18th. Because of limited supplies and space, we are going to be capping this event at 20 people. If you want to come, please sign up above.
This is an all-day event
Registration begins at 8 am
Awards will be given at 5 pm
You will form groups and then build a board game, supplies will be provided. The Makerspace tools and DMC printing will be made available: this includes small 3D prints, vinyl cutting, and card printing. If you want to do any 3D modeling or graphic design for printing, there will be a few computers available or you can bring your own.
Free pizza for lunch will be provided!
The team that makes the most interesting and fun game will win Arduino Kits.
The runner-up team will win $25 gift cards to Midgard Gaming.
The Makerspace is holding a FREE workshop next Wednesday, August 8th from 12-2PM! This workshop will teach the basics of 3D design, including how to design a simple 3D object from scratch, how to import the object to a 3D printer, and how they operate. These concepts open up the doors to a lot of design possibilities, and answer a lot of commonly asked questions!
The Makerspace is holding a FREE workshop next Wednesday, July 11th from 12-2PM! This workshop will teach how to run a servo motor from your Arduino, and how to control navigation signals using light sensors. These concepts can help develop an understanding of basic robotics, automated navigation and machine vision.
The Makerspace is holding a FREE workshop next Wednesday, June 27th from 12-2PM! This workshop will teach how to run a servo motor from your Arduino, and how to control navigation signals using light sensors. These concepts can help develop an understanding of basic robotics, automated navigation and machine vision.
The Makerspace is announcing a FREE workshop next Wednesday, June 13th from 12-2PM!
You will learn how to program an Arduino microcontroller to trigger LED lights and stepper motors. These concepts are some of the Arduino’s most basic but will open up the doors to lots of different robotics projects.
A group of MUN Archaeology students were in the Makerspace learning CAD (computer assisted design) and doing some 3d printing. The group approached the Makerspace as they are interested in exploring the use of 3d printers within their profession. This is a free workshop that The Commons is providing which includes a small 3d printed artifact for each participant which they will have designed themselves.
Come down to the Makerspace for a FREE two day workshop on Wednesday, February 7th and Wednesday, February 28th from 5pm – 7pm!
Learn how to make a synthesizer using a tiny computer called an Arduino! Turn the knobs to change the sound of the synthesizer, and listen to it using any pair of headphones or speakers! At the end, you will be able to take the synthesizer home.
CBC’s Lucas Wall interviewed workterm student Simon Hawkenson, and The Commons’ permanent staff Aaron Goulding and Shawn Pendergast on January 25th about what a makerspace is, and why they are important in the university environment.