Innovation/Makerspace Center

Innovation/Makerspace Center

Pollak Library North (PLN-215) 

This center has been created to fulfill creativity, innovation and talent through advanced technology such as virtual reality, augmented reality, 3D printing, Microsoft Surface Hub, Raspberry Pi, and high-end computing.  

STUDENTS: The Innovation/Makerspace Center can be checked out by currently enrolled students for 2 hours. A minimum of two students is required for checkout.  For information how to checkout the space please visit the Student Genius Center (PLN-100).

Reservations can be made one week in advance online.

Reserve Your Space Today 

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Equipment

  • Dell Canvas
  • High-end PC & Mac
  • HTC Vive (Virtual Reality)
  • Microsoft HoloLens
  • Microsoft Surface Hub
  • Raspberry Pi
  • Ultimaker 3 Extended 3D Printer
  • Wacom Cintiq 27" QHD, Creative Pen & Touch Display 

Room Information

Collaboration spaces

  • Flexible furniture
  • Space reservations
  • Wi-Fi capability

Contact Us

Faculty
Walk In: Academic Technology Center, PLS-237
Phone: (657) 278-7777
Email: Helpdesk@fullerton.edu

Students
Walk In: Student Genius Center
Phone: (657) 278-8203
Email: sgc@fullerton.edu

HTC Vive (Virtual Reality)

VIVE is a virtual reality brand building hardware, software and creative platforms to unleash imaginations from the limits of our world.

Jump into the future of art, storytelling, gaming, enterprise and entertainment.

 



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3D-Printing

3D printing is an innovative technology that lets you create a physical object from a digital model.  Design a model using a 3D modeling program or use pre-existing designs created and shared by others.

 

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Microsoft Surface Hub        Students collaborating