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Orlando library unveils new $2.5M tech-learning center

“After almost eight months of construction, the Orlando Public Library is set to unveil a groundbreaking high-tech learning and job-training center. The Dorothy Lumley Melrose Center for Technology, Innovation & Creativity opens to the public with a ribbon-cutting at noon Saturday, following a preview gala for public officials and other dignitaries on Friday night. The 26,000-square-foot center, which takes up about half of the downtown library’s second floor, includes a recording studio, sound booths, film studio with green screen, simulators, and a fabrication lab with 3-D printers.” (via Orlando Sentinel)

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