Step 1: Design
Want to make a robot? How about a tent? What about a clock? The first step to using our space is to come up with an idea.
Step 2: Learn
Don't know the equipment? No problem! Our Prototyping Instructors are on hand to teach you how to use our equipment safely and efficiently. Look for someone wearing a yellow or orange armband!
Step 3: Make
Once you know how to safely use the equipment, you're free to make your designs a reality - even if you need to come in on a different day! You can also ask Prototyping Instructors for design advice or next step ideas.
We Are Students.
Our Prototyping Instructors are students from all majors and backgrounds who volunteer at least 3 hours a week to repair the equipment, organize events, and teach any visitors who utilize the space.
We Are a Space.
The Flowers Invention Studio evolved into a cutting-edge, state-of-the-art makerspace over the Summer of 2018. The new space was designed by HLG Studios with direct input from the Prototyping Instructors.
We Are a Community.
We've supported the DIY mentality and hands-on education of Georgia Tech since our humble beginnings in 2009. We empower students, staff and faculty to build, tinker, and hack their way to a brighter future.