The “Blender 3D Modeling Level 1” workshop is a beginner-level course designed to help students with little-to-no prior experience get their feet wet with 3D modeling, using the famous open-source software known as Blender. With a step-by-step approach, students will gain an understanding of how to navigate through the user interface, as well as the terminology and methods used to create detailed 3D Models that will be suitable for 3D printing.
This workshop is ideal for users at any level of experience. In this workshop we will assemble a simple modular synthesizer using a Littlebits Kit and record the music we make.
In this workshop we will utilize what we learned in Arduino basics to assemble a synthesizer and record some music. Arduino Basics is not required to attend this workshop but it is preferred.
Do you have an interest in photography? Would you like to learn taking pictures using the “manual” setting on a DSLR? Do you want to take a better selfie? Do you know the science behind Instagram filters? Join us for a workshop where we’ll cover the elements of photography! From the technical aspects of cameras, to the composition behind setting up a shot, and even how to choose your next Instagram filter!
The Factory host these open house events to share interesting and fun projects with the UNT community. Each Spotlight will focus on a variety of projects that we have been working on from a haunted house maze to quad copter.
This TinkerCAD workshop will teach students how to make their very own 3D model in minutes! This easy-to-use browser-based application provides users with the tools to make what they want with little-to-know before experience about 3D Modeling. Not only that, but with it’s very useful exporting tools, users will learn how to take their creations outside of TinkerCAD in order to use them for 3D printing and content creation.
This workshop is for users with little to no experience with circuits or Arduino. In the workshop we will cover simple circuits and breadboard utility while also covering some programming aspects of programming the Arduino microcontroller.
The Factory’s 3D Printing workshop will be an overview as to what 3D printing is, its applications, and how 3D printers work. This workshop will also cover different types of 3D printers and the different methods that each type machine uses to print out a 3D model. Furthermore, .stl files will also be covered in how they play a role in 3D printing.
A screening of Episode 1 of Latino Americans: 500 Years of History, made possible with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the American Library Association.