Makerspace Steneby opens doors to design in a new world – Two Idépeng projects from Mötesplats Steneby, Jeff Doering’s “Makerspace Steneby” and Anders Matsson’s “Mobile Virtual Reality Studio” have collaborated to create a VR design studio at the Makerspace in Dals Långed.
Steneby students, faculty, and the general public have been able to design objects in a variety of virtual environments and then view, share, or 3d print them on-site for the first time.
“There is a real spark when people can touch something that they created in VR – many claim not to be `tech people,` but the system makes it remarkably natural to create some amazing things. It’s a tool, like a hammer, saw or needle, but new tools open wide possibilities for art, design, education, industry, and much we have yet to discover… truly exciting to be on the edge of this new world.” – Jeff Doering
Anders Matsson has created a state-of-the-art system and they are experimenting with the latest software to allow everyone to explore the possibilities. Some of the designs were already featured in Steneby AIR Johan Lundin’s “Extra City” project.
Come and be a part of this future and try it out for yourself at Makerspace Steneby during the Öppet Hus January 25-26.