04/16 – Cocoa Break – 4:00 to 5:00pm.

04/18 – UX Prototyping Tools – 3:00 to 5:00pm. RSVP here.

04/18 – Nike Circular Innovation Challenge – 6:00 to 8:00pm. RSVP here.

04/25 – Neuroscience and Mind Reading 101 – 4:00 to 6:00pm. RSVP here.

04/27 – Create a Chatbot – 2:00 to 4:00pm. RSVP here.

04/30 – Interlocking Wood Designs – 6:00 to 7:30pm. RSVP here.

For more information, please visit our Facebook page or the Event Calendar!


If They Need You, They’ll Forgive You

We are Britt Martin (GSAS ‘18) & Jenn Kim, Co-Founders of Food Period,  and this is our journey in the NYU Prototyping Fund. Phase 1 Food Period received it’s first grant from the Prototyping Fund in September 2017. We got straight to work on developing the MVP

Meet Sorty, awardees of NYU Prototyping Fund

Sorty was born at the intersection of sustainability and business value. After winning PennApps XVI and garnering a finalist performance at Facebook Hacks, we knew we had an innovative idea. Our initial prototype—a version capable of sorting one item at a time—was created out of a

Data Visualization with Tejas Bhalerao

The Ideation series continued with the 3rd session last week which focused on Data Visualization with D3. This fantastic workshop was conducted at the MakerSpace by Tejas Bhalerao, an Interaction Designer and Prototyper at Mastercard Advisors. He is a part of the Innovation & Rapid Prototyping team

How to create a Cardboard Rover!

This post is written by Bryan So, the winner of the February MakerSpace Mini Grant. If your interested in creating something yourself and need a little funding click here to apply! The goal of this project was to create a rover with a majority of the materials

Mixed Reality with Lillian Warner

Creating User Flows for Mixed Reality The much awaited mixed reality event was conducted by Lillian Warner at the Greenhouse early this month. The participants really enjoyed the hands-on activities and appreciated the printed workflows given to create the user flows for mixed reality. Lillian

Rapid Prototyping workshop with Lee Kim

“The purpose of a prototype is not to sell but to get a reaction from the user, so that you can tweak it to suit their needs” – Lee Kim Rapid prototyping workshop was the second event in the Ideation series conducted by the Greenhouse

Spring Intermission: Artistic Workshop

Spring Intermission: Artistic Workshop In collaboration with the NYU Graduate Student Council, the MakerSpace Greenhouse conducted a creative workshop on March 27, 2018 to decorate and paint mason jars. We had a number of participants who attended this session and celebrated the onset of the spring

Cocoa Break

COCOA BREAK We have been conducting the Cocoa Break every Monday at 4:00 PM this semester at the MakerSpace. This is an opportunity for students to enjoy hot cocoa and marshmallows at the MakerSpace, engage in a different fun activity every week and network to