Do you have any project or an idea in your in mind, but you feel you don’t have the necessary equipment or knowledge to make it real, then Make Lab is the place for you.

At Make Lab you will find a large variety of tools, equipment and software that will help you bring to life your idea as wild as it can be. The resources provided within the lab will allow you to work on your project from the early stages such as, brainstorming, design and developing using low and high-fidelity prototyping.

You will get familiar with and explore different tools, software, techniques and equipment from raw materials such as paper, wood, plastic to electronics, robotics, programming, laser cut and 3D Printing.

But not only that, at Make Lab you can explore questions think creatively and bounce each other’s ideas in order to build something innovative together. Think it as an iterative process place where you ask questions, fail and retry until you make it happen.

Based on the play and interact approach the lab offers different tools such as Electronic Developer Kit, Electronic Sewing Kit, Arduino Kit, Lego Robotics, and free source software programs that will allow you to create simple and advanced prototypes.

The main goal of Make Lab is to help researchers and students become more aware of the cross section between IT tools, software, techniques and digital humanities by simply applying their ideas in practice and create innovative solutions.

Introductory session at Microbit and code blocks