Posts tagged with Design Lab in Blog Lab Notes

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3D printed testicles on a shelf
March 23, 2023
  • Leif Christian Thorson
Two friends bring their silly childhood humor to reality through “manhood”
December 15, 2022
  • Sarah A Weingartz
Gifting made easy with the help of the Design Lab
August 8, 2022
  • Erica Ervin
Undergraduates can apply to be a part of the Design Lab Team for the 2022-2023 academic year. The application deadline is Monday, September 5 and all applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Fill out the google form l and upload your resume using the link located at the bottom the post.
September 20, 2021
  • Jiazhang Ping
Getting started with 3D printing and understanding the technology and settings.
September 14, 2021
  • Rudy David Lee
Creating a custom phone holder for viewing maps while scooting around campus.
February 23, 2021
  • Bruna Carolina Iunessanches
Microbial Masterpieces is a continuously evolving project devoted to helping people understand the importance of the microbial world, let's know more!
July 25, 2019
  • James Patrick Murtha
James Murtha discusses the trials of 3D printing for different materials and working with Design Lab Interns to complete a 3D printed prototype.
"Look out" printed in Lego blocks
April 22, 2018
  • Nicholas Anthony Pandolfi
The Design Lab is an aspirational entity, always in the process of becoming. While this creates a certain amount of ambiguity at times, it also provides a refreshing sense of possibility. My role as a resident at the Lab over this past academic year has allowed me to develop what were several casual interests of mine into keener ones, picking up useful know-how and experience along the way. In this post, I have given each of these interests and projects their own mini-blurb.
Crowdsourcing workflow for Zooniverse project
April 22, 2018
  • Anamaria Cuza
Up until now, learning has been all about finding the right books and online courses, finding some free time, and focusing. I did that kind of learning at the Design Lab, as well: going through a textbook on data analysis, going through tutorials on designing 3D models. But this new kind of learning--the one that occurred by chance--started taking an increasingly important role in my life. Learning how to analyze data from Zooniverse from people with more experience and having numerous discussions on technology’s impact on developing countries were also part of my learning experience.
Photo of Julian with a neuroprosthetics arm built by Aaron (standing to his right) and his teammates.
April 22, 2018
  • Aaron Chow
By far one of the most amazing experiences was working with my club in the Design Lab space over the course of the year. Being able to see one team sewing electrode sleeves, while another tests circuits and software, while yet another team works on a printed part and assembling an arm. The culmination of all of this work was also realized in the Design Lab with final testing, assembly, and photos of the device before we gave it to Julian, occurring in the Design Lab spaces. It is so unique to have a space such as this as accessible as it is, and Justin’s encouragement towards the pursuit of collaborative work is what makes it all possible for us to do.