Grand Opening of the Melrose Center @ OCPL

The Dorothy Lumley Melrose Center for Technology, Innovation & Creativity will open to the public with a ribbon cutting at noon. Below you’ll find a complete programming guide including information on displays and appearances from featured guests.

TECHNOLOGY & DIGITAL MEDIA

Picture Perfect: Don’t miss out on a photo opportunity that’s out of this world. Be sure to bring your camera! Every hour at 1pm, 2pm, 3pm and 4pm in the Photo Studio.

Light, Camera, Action! Experience green screen technology as you see yourself live on the big screen. Every hour at 1pm, 2pm, 3pm and 4pm in the Video Studio.

Audio Remix: Join our experts as they put a spin on audio technology. Every hour at 1pm, 2pm, 3pm and 4pm in the Audio Studio.

Live Webcast: Get connected with staff around the Library system through various web conferencing platforms. Demos throughout event in the Conference Room.

INNOVATION

3D Printing in Action: Watch a 3D design come to life right in front of your eyes. Demos throughout the event.

Egg-Bot Designs: Check out this robotic machine as it draws on curved surfaces such as light bulbs and ping pong balls. Demos throughout the event.

Test Drive a Sim: Experience the world of flight, driving and construction with immersive 3D simulators. Hands-on throughout event in the Simulation Lab.

Cut the Rope: Feed Om Nom candy using 3D motion control and see how well you do against others. Hands-on throughout event.

The Digital Wall: Interact with lively digital displays and story board projects on a 8′ x 4.5 ‘ display wall. Hands-on throughout event.

CREATIVITY

DIY Greeting Cards: See how to transform digital designs into one-of-a-kind works of art using the Silhouette Electronic Cutter. Demo at 1:30pm in the FabLab.

Arduino 101: See how to bring circuitry and coding together to create interactive electronic objects. Demo at 2:30pm in the FabLab.

Draw a Circuit: See how to create a circuit on paper with blinking LED lights using electrical conductive paint. Demo at 3:30pm in the FabLab.

Soldering Basics: See how to make a robot blinky light pin using basic soldering techniques. Demo at 4:30pm in the FabLab.

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  • Jeanie

    Where are the best places to park, i.e., any free and walkable ideas? Thanks!

    February 8, 2014

    • Mark B.

      City parking garage across the street is $2/hr, metered parking for $1/hr, or you can park on St for free east of Lake Eola.

      1 · February 8, 2014

  • Jeanie

    We will be there closer to 2 pm and hope to meet you; there's some demos later that we don't want to miss.

    February 2, 2014

  • Jupiter

    This sounds awesome. What's the admission cost?

    February 7, 2014

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