The DMC Workbench is a space for projects utilizing new and emerging technologies, time-honored tools and techniques, and traditional handicrafts. The Workbench is located within the VR Studio to facilitate projects combining technology and the arts; for example, physical sculptures that incorporate video or sound, multimedia creations, wearables, or techno-crafts.
Visit the Projects Page for examples of student work.
Students interested in using the DMC Workbench need to come to the DMC for a short authorization and sign a safety agreement.
Resources Available in the Makerspace
- Soldering stations with exhaust fans and helping hands
- Multi-directional vice
- Power supply
- Sewing machine and thread
- Glue guns
- Cordless drill and assorted bits
- Dremel with assorted bits
- Hex set
- Hand saws
- More hand tools…
Circulating Resources Available for Checkout
- Arduino Uno
- Raspberry Pi
- Heat gun
- Soldering irons
- Visit the Equipment Page for a complete list
Check out the DMC Node for more information about using the DMC Workbench. The DMC Workbench is available to full-time undergraduate and graduate students in Arts and Sciences and Engineering.
The Johns Hopkins University Maker Space is located at 320 W 29th St Suite 220, Baltimore, MD 21211.