Photos and story by Toriana Williams.
Did you know that Middle Tennessee State University offers free-to-use equipment such as 3D printers, vinyl cutters, virtual reality equipment and more for MTSU students? That’s what Wednesday’s Makerspace Open House on Wednesday was all about.
The Makerspace can be found in the James E. Walker Library on the second floor in the Micro Text room. There you can find knowledgeable and friendly staff, and according to the library’s website, “unique facilities to enable the exploration for learning experiences, collaboration and creative expression.”
Many of the demos and presentations at Makerspace Open House truly displayed some of the exploration and creative expression done there. There were 3D printed models of Hogwarts, free stickers that were made in house, robots traversing the floor, a virtual reality game of angry birds and so much…