Last year, TheLaserGirls (NYU IT employees Sarah Awad and Dhemerae Ford) were planning elaborate costumes for New York Comic Con 2018, which would test the limits of their 3D design and printing skills. This year, Connect checks in with them to find out how things went and what they learned from the experience.
The LaGuardia Co-op provides computer workstations, collaboration space, and other resources. In the lower level, you’ll find a gaming lounge, VR console, and other ways to help you temporarily take your mind off your coursework — unless, that is, your course work involves gaming and VR. In which case, the Co-op still has you covered.
NYU’s LaGuardia Co-op recently installed a new printer that enables students to print large-format group projects and data visualizations up to 40 inches wide in either color or black and white. Pre-Printing Consultation No reservation is required to use the printer, but the Co-op strongly suggests all service inquiries be vetted by a Co-op staff […]
From cosmetics, to comics conventions, to the classroom, Sarah C. Awad and Dhemerae Ford use 3D printing to create new and exciting projects. Also known as TheLaserGirls, Awad and Ford met in NYU Steinhardt’s Studio Art program. Since then, they’ve formed a bond built on a shared interest in technology, art, and entertainment.
The Laguardia Co-op is the flagship location of NYU’s three Student Technology Centers, located at the heart of the Washington Square campus. The Co-op facility is an experimental take on a traditional computer lab experience. With the tagline “Connect & Create,” students from different schools across NYU can use the Co-op collaborate as a group or work individually.