The IRL is offering remote resources for students, faculty, and staff who’re trying to get things done at home! Below are some of our offerings.
Not comfortable working in the lab? Individuals within the DePaul community can check out toolkits for at-home-projects. Visit our tool checkout page to learn how to access the reservation portal as well as view photos of each kit to ensure you are getting everything you need.
The tools available include:
The IRL is currently piloting a 5-week, hands-on making program for kids ages 7-12 within the DePaul Community. The pilot will wrap up at the end of fall term, at which point we’ll roll out our next session to interested parents within the DePaul community. If you are interested in the pilot program Sign Up here.
You can reserve a virtual computer that can be opened in your Internet Browser. Computer specs are: 16GB RAM, 6 core CPUs, 2GB GPU, and 100G SSD. Machines can be reserved for multiple hours at a time, and include the following software:
If you’re off-campus, but still need something fabricated, we can help. IRL student employees are here with 3D printers, laser cutters, and CNC routers to help you fabricate projects for class, or just for fun. For more information, visit the Remote Fabrication page, where you can work on getting certified to send in remote jobs.