Digital Commons, One Year and 780 3-D Prints Later
Published on Friday, July 18, 2014 - 12:52pm
A year and a day ago, the DC Public Library opened the Digital Commons. Today, the 11,000 square-foot room is a popular place for entrepreneurs, start-up ventures, tech novices and students.
Featuring 3-D printers, a book printing machine and more than 80 public computers, Digital Commons is a pace where the public can connect, collaborate, co-work and learn new technology for free. Here’s a snapshot of what has happened in the Digital Commons’ first year:
To learn more about Digital Commons, visit the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library or click here.