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Technology @ Marston Science Library: Technology

Guide to technologies and tutorials available through Marston Science Library, including augmented reality, 3D printing, Arduino, and 3D cameras.
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Technology at Marston is available for all of the UF community. We offer everything from phone and computer charges to Arduinos to 360 cameras. Have a look around at what we have to offer.
Interested in learning more but don't know where to begin?
Have you been to Marston but only to study?
You've been around the block and know what we got.

Getting Started

Are you interested in what we have? Below is our collection of technology to support your UF journey.

360-Degree Cameras

GoPro Fusion 360 Camera

GoPro Fusion

Fusion captures spherical video and photos for play back in VR or use OverCapture to create traditional videos and photos you can share on your phone. With ultra smooth stabilization and 5.2K video, full compatibility with the GoPro app available on iPhone 6s, iPad mini 4 and later devices; compatibility varies for earlier devices.

Available? Manual!

3D Scanners

Occipital Structure 3D Scanner

Structure 3D Scanner

Senses 3D data for many applications. You need to check out with an iPad for handheld 3D scanning and data sensing.

Available? Scan!


NextEngine 3D Scanner HD

High-end 3D scanner with a learning curve. Available for use at the 3D scanning station in Marston.

Available? Scan!

Single-Board Computers and Microcontrollers

Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi Model B+

The Raspberry Pi is a single-board computer. It is easy to start tinkering, make fun projects, and learn programming all at the same time.

Available? Tinker!

Arduino Uno

Arduino Uno

The UNO is the best board to get started with electronics and coding. If this is your first experience tinkering with the platform, the UNO is the most robust board you can start playing with. The UNO is the most used and documented board of the whole Arduino family.

Available? Tinker!

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