Tuesday, August 25, 1:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
D. H. Hill Library Makerspace
Amazing Alumni “ Chris Padgett ˜11
Wednesday, August 26 at 3:00 p.m.
D. H. Hill Library, East Wing, Multimedia Seminar Center
In celebration of the new D. H. Hill Library Makerspace, join us for this special guest during Maker Days. Chris Padgett is the founder and CEO of Fusion3, a company that manufactures high-performance 3D printers. After graduating from NC State with a BS in MechanicalEngineering in 2011, Padgett resigned from his paying job in early 2013 to found Fusion3, using his prior experience with product design, management and support and supply chain development. Padgett will discuss his experiences with founding and running a company, working with family, and what he sees as the future of 3D printing. After the program, join us in the new Makerspace for an open house with giveaways and demos.
D. H. Hill Makerspace Open House
Wednesday, August 26 & Thursday, August 27, 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Wondering what happens in our makerspace? Curious about the tools we have? Want to try your hand at making something? Come to our Maker Days Open House! Join us for some hand-on activities and learn more about electronics, 3D priting and scanning, and much more!
Making Sense of Sensor Data: An Introduction to the Internet of Things
Thursday, August 27 at 9:00 a.m. D. H. Hill Library Makerspace
In this introductory workshop you'll learn how build and manage a thing in the Internet of Things. Eliot Inman, a Manager of Software Development at SAS, will teach you how build an analog sensor using an Arduino, gather data from that sensor, and analyze thosedata using SAS. Participation in this hands-on workshop requires absolutely zero experience in electronics, software development or statistics. We will start at the start.
The Impact of Maker Culture on the Economy and the Classroom
Thursday, August 27 at 3:00 p.m.
D. H. Hill Library, West Wing Auditorium
In celebration of the new D. H. Hill Library Makerspace, join us to learn how the concept and practice of making is creating a new paradigm for entrepreneurs, educators, and students. Aly Khalifa, NC State alumnus and co-founder of Designbox, Dr. David Rieder, associate professor at NC State and co-founder of CIRCUIT Studio, and Victoria Rind, an NC State student in textile engineering, will share their experiences and discuss how the maker movement is impacting business, culture, and academia. After the program, join us in the new Makerspace for an open house with giveaways and demos.