Our computers are loaded with software tools to help you do everything from editing a professional-quality film to generating maps from a giant data set.
From quiet corners for writing essays to collaborative spaces for working through problem sets on whiteboards, the Milstein Center offers spots for a variety of study styles.
Whether you relax by playing a game with your friends at Peet's or borrowing a yoga mat to stretch out on the terrace, we offer resources and spaces designed so you can take a break.
Our Design Center, Post-Production Lab, and Zine Library give you the tools to take your ideas from concept to reality. Here's just a tiny sampling of what you can do:
- Print a 3D model with an Ultimaker
- Prototype an app design with Sketch software
- Program a Raspberry Pi sensor and build a robot
- Design, sew, mend and embroider your own clothes
- Publish a zine and contribute to feminist, critical creation
Anyone in the community can push boundaries and create original content with support from the Movement Lab, Media Center and IMATS. Here's just a couple of ways to participate:
- Record and produce your own podcast
- Take a workshop in motion sensor technology
- Borrow a camera to shoot a documentary
- Create animated videos with Adobe AfterEffects
- Meditate during Stillness Lab events
We offer tools and support for the entire data analysis process, from data collection to visual presentations. Here's just a few of the things the Empirical Reasoning Center, Computational Science Center, and Digital Humanities Center can help you with:
- Writing clear and constructive survey questions
- Automating the process of cleaning data with Python
- Learning how to test for statistical significance in Excel
- Making interactive maps with GIS software
- Using web applications to compare texts and translations