The library of the future is in Cincinnati today, and it has model airplanes and tiny robots

“Patrons of the downtown Cincinnati library’s main branch might be surprised to see a big, slow-moving box making strange noises on the second floor. That box is a 3-D printer, and it’s the first step the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County is taking to set up makerspaces throughout the city.

A makerspace is a collaborative workspace that typically contains computers, machining tools and things like 3-D printers where people interested in design, programming, machining, digital art and technology can meet and collaborate.” (via Cincinnati Business Courier)

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