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Makes Art

Graphic design, music,
writing, photography,
cinematography, video
editing, UI/web design,
typography,concept art,
texturing, 3D modeling,
animation, 3D printing,
sculpting, costume/prop
design, spraypainting
  


Makes Hardware

3D printing, machining,
microcontrollers, FPGAs,
robotics, breadboards,
circuit boards, soldering,
CAD design, prototyping
and programming of
hardware, product
design and testing,
mass production
  


Makes Software

game development,
app development,
web development,
software development,
virtual reality, cyber
security,raspberry pi,
augmented reality,
motion capture,
simulation
  



WHAT DO WE DO

Makers Club is a group of students that meets up regularly to work on their personal projects. Our goal is to connect artists, tinkerers, prototypers with the proper subject matter expertise to bring their ideas to life. Through the collaborative company of like-minded individuals (and frequent meetups) makers maintain the motivation they need to stay focused on their projects and meet their personal goals. Besides bi-weekly meetups and frequent workshops, we also regularly host special interest talks on popular topics.




MEETUP LOCATIONS

Makers Club meets in the Charger Union. Make sure you use the sign-up link to get on our mailing list to receive notifications about our upcoming meetups, campus talks, and workshops. Bring your laptop to the meetups and grab some coffee while you work.



MAKER CULTURE

Maker Culture revolves around the principles of friendliness, openness, encouragement, and acceptance. There are no requirements for joining Makers Club. Membership is as easy as joining our mailing list. Swing by any of our meetings, bring your laptop and get started on your next project!



STUDENT PROJECTS

Makers Club revolves around students' personal projects. Bring your ideas and get help from others in the same boat. Projects range from designing board games to prototyping hardware (and everything in between)! Some favorite examples of current student projects include:

robot lawn mower
game development
app development
web development
music/song writing
making short films
hand-built laptops
business startups
printing miniatures
VR experiments
bicycle light rigs
costume design




EXPERT ADVISING
Our list of subject matter expertise (SME List) references faculty, staff, graduate students, and other experienced mentors that have agreed to help you bring your project to life. We traveled campus, finding everyone with experience with all ranges of projects, and placed them on a master list of skillsets for students to go to for help. Some of the skills of our mentors include:

3D Printing
Raspberry Pi
Microcontrollers
Breadboarding
Printed circuits
Robotics/Hardware
CAD Design
Soldering
Machining
Android & iOS
Virtual Reality
Computer Vision
Motion Capture
Game Development
Web Development
E-commerce
Web Design
Game Design
Graphic Design
3D Modeling
Animation
Video Editing
Making Music
Special Effects
Props & Costumes
Photography
Typography
Spray Painting
Woodwork
Welding
Artisan Crafts
Writing/Publishing
Blogging
Start-ups
Kickstarter
Mass Production


CONTACT

Need more information? Send us an email at
‚úČ    MAKERS@UAH.EDU