Make Your Ideas Happen
America House Makerspace is the place where innovation and creativity thrive. Create, learn, explore, and share with Do-It-Yourself and digital tools that give everyone an opportunity to maximize innovative, creative, entrepreneurial, and scientific potential. Our equipment is free to use with your America House membership card. Whether you are a beginner or advanced user, our tech specialists are here to answer your questions. Keep an eye out for our next tech training where we guide you through innovative applications for all our tools.
The Makerspace is open during America House hours and you can book makerspace equipment below. Please note:
- Bring your external storage devices to keep your materials. All images, videos, recordings and projects will be removed from Makerspace terminals as users check out.
- Personal equipment and other needed accessories are welcome.
- Using equipment for illegal activities, advertising, lobbying, or commercial purposes is prohibited.
Book MakerSpace equipment
The creators of Finder, a standalone GPS beacon specifically designed for bicycles, are regular visitors to the America House Makerspace where they use tech resources for prototyping and creating communication materials.
In April, 2017, the team represent Ukraine in San Francisco for the Intercontinental Startup Battle.
Roman and his team used America House makerspace equipment such as the 3D printer, vinyl cutter and other supplies to make the prototype of of a health monitoring device that continuously tracks vital signs. They presented their project at the CES 17 Technology Exhibition and successfully found investment.
Our Makerspace was turned into a film set for Mariya Bila who was shooting a video review of her anti-stress coloring book Ukraina-Dyvosvit (Ukraine-Wonderland). This book consists of 50 hand drawn illustrations that can be colored as well as some poems verses that were specifically selected to match each of the storyline.
Books that Talk
America House is proud to support "Books that Talk" by providing free space and equipment for volunteers to record audiobooks. "Books that Talk" is a volunteer-based initiative that aims to increase the number of audiobooks available in Ukraine’s specialized libraries and boarding schools for visually impaired children. This project is organized by NGO "Believe in Ukraine".
Molodiya Festival team is working in America House Makerspace on various key visual materials for the social advertisement festival as well as on major arrangements needed to organize the festival. Also, recently they have organized a workshop on how to create an efficient and thought-provoking social advertising aimed at attracting attention to various global issues.