Posts tagged with prototyping in Blog Lab Notes

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September 14, 2021
  • Rudy David Lee
Creating a custom phone holder for viewing maps while scooting around campus.
January 28, 2020
  • Cassidy Holli Konrad
Making led cat ear attachments for headphones which change light color based off the pitch of sound being heard.
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.
August 31, 2018
  • Kelly Hovinga
The U-M Library’s Shapiro Design Lab and the U-M Museum of Natural History are happy to announce a new Community and Citizen Science Project Incubator program for University of Michigan faculty, staff, and students! Community and citizen science projects can help scientists conduct extensive, quality research while engaging with members of their community. The program will explore questions about project design, ethics, learning goals, and data management. Participants will create project prototypes for their own research and community engagement, and develop the skills needed for successful projects.
A tabletop carving machine cuts through a piece of linoleum.
February 3, 2017
  • John Paul Sciortino
In order to test the capabilities of the Design Labs' new machine, Carvey, Isaac Levine and I have completed a series of projects that have allowed us to explore the different ways in which this machine interacts with various materials.
North Campus WorkBench
November 3, 2016
  • Isaac Charles Levine
Hi! My name is Isaac Levine, and I’m the supervisor for the new and improved WorkBench space inside of the Digital Media Commons. I’d like to introduce you to the resources available through this space, and also talk about exciting new developments.