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OIT’s Innovation Studio to Expand

Check out this Duke Today article to learn about plans to include an expanded “maker space” in Telcom Building, which is being renovated this summer, and how 3D printing is being used at Duke. Need to innovate this summer?  During the renovation, the Innovation Studio is at The Foundry in Gross Hall. The studio is staffed from 12:30 to 8 p.m. Monday-Friday.

Tamika Galavis used 3D printing for prototypes for her master’s thesis in Experimental and Documentary Arts.
Tamika Galavis used 3D printing for prototypes for her master’s thesis in Experimental and Documentary Arts.

Innovation Studio moves to Gross Hall this summer

The Telecommunications Building where the Innovation Studio currently resides is slated for renovation beginning April 4.  The iStudio will be closed March 31 to April 3 to relocate to The Foundry (a collaborative space in Gross Hall) for the summer.

When the Telecommunications Building opens for the start of the fall semester – the studio will quadruple in size, accommodate better ventilation, more equipment and additional project space.

Stay tuned for announcements as the fall semester approaches.

The Future of 3D in Medicine

Learn more about the amazing work being done in medical physics using 3D printing:  http://sites.duke.edu/dukeresearch/2016/03/23/the-future-of-3d-printing-in-medicine/

Learn IT @ Lunch Followup Resources – 3D Printing & Digital Fabrication

Miss yesterday’s Learn IT @ Lunch session “3D Printing & Digital Fabrication”?Watch the online recording.  Note: You may be prompted to update your MS Silverlight Plug-in to be able to view the recording. Session Slides are available in PDF format.


3D Print Elapsed Time Videos on OIT’s Twitter Page

Follow the @DukeOIT Twitter page to see elapsed time videos of cool things being created in the Innovation Studio.

3D models enhance surgical strategies

Medical imaging has become more personalized with 3D printing.  Watch this WRAL video to see Chip Bobbert (OIT Digital Media Engineer at Duke’s Innovation Studio) talk about 3D printing at Duke.   For more information about the Innovation Studio, visit: https://oit.duke.edu/comp-print/labs/istudio

Innovation Studio hiring for fall 2015

The Office of Information Technology is looking for students who want to get involved in helping grow the Innovation Studio at Duke. For complete information about the position and how to apply, visit Duke List: https://dukelist.duke.edu/posting/show/60183.

Reshaping Research Capabilities on Campus

Students and employees looking for new ways to approach research or other projects can use a variety of unique resources like 3D printers at the Innovation Studio. Read more in this DukeToday article.