LJMU, School of Computer Science

The School of Computer Science has provided a successful bid for hardware and fabrication equipment.

In addition to Arduinos, and Raspbery Pi’s available for developing a range of security, IoT, bots, drones. remote interfaces, imaging and displays. We offer laser scanning and 3D rpinting. There is a labratory dedicated to high spec games development, and labs for software engineering. Connecting and interfacing with a range of peripherals and programmable hardware such as these is easy.

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Laser scanner – Matter & Form 1.0

3D Printer – CEL Robox, single colour, dual sized head, ABS plastic available, Other filaments easily purchased.

The laser printer has been utilised by the school’s PiCloud project.

The work station is easily packed and transported, supporting MEWG engagement with stakeholders.