There are two types of equipment listed on this page:
For more information on borrowing equipment, visit our Loanable Technology page.
is an open-source platform used for building electronics projects. Arduino consists of both a physical programmable circuit board (microcontroller) and software (IDE) that operates the computer and is used to upload code to the physical board. It is available for loan.
There is one electronic workbench located in the library. It includes:
The workbenches are available for walk-in use: first-come, first-served.
The is an introduction robotics set to build snap together robots. It contains structural and motion components, motors, sensors, robot brain and a controller. The contains added structural and motion components to accompany the core set. Both kits are available for loan.
The Dobot is a desktop-based robotic arm. It is available for use in U310A.
The is a goggle like set that immerses the user in a three-dimensional world in which your head movements are tracked to create movement. It works with the Oculus Touch Controller, which lets you manipulate objects in your virtual environment for more realistic, memorable, and tactile VR. Both are available for loan.
The computer in U310A is capable of supporting VR experiences. Check in at the Library Help Desk if you would like to use it.
Soldering Kits & Workbenches