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.
Design, Make, Innovate
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
Create, Move, Produce
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
Gather, Interpret, Display
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