We aim to create a safe space for people of any skill level to experiment with electronics, programming, and DIY technology within the context of art making.
- – Creativity is emphasized over correctness
- – All are welcome regardless of knowledge
- – Have fun and learn risk free
- – Work with good quality equipment
Some ideas for things that you can use the e-lab for:
- – Electro Mechanics (motors)
- – Sound Manipulation
- – Timed events
- – Video Manipulation
- – Computer Programming
- – Soldering
- – PCB design
- – Repair and troubleshoot equipment (save money)
- – Interactive environments
Join e-Lab coordinator Jesse Mitchell every Thursday at 6pm for for Electronics Club! Open to everyone and free of charge!