The runaway success of the studio, which caters largely to mechanical engineering students, has helped inspire several other maker spaces around the College of Engineering. Now you can stroll through Georgia Tech’s campus and check out the Biomedical Engineering Machine Shop, the Aero Maker Space, and the School of Materials Science and Engineering’s MILL. (There are more to come, too.)
All the new spaces can be used for schoolwork, but the possibilities are as endless as students’ imaginations. Even in the tiring, sometimes stressful life of an engineering major, there’s always room for some fun.
Here are a few of our favorite creations – sometimes funny, often whimsical, and always exciting – to emerge from CoE maker spaces.