The primary contact for Innovation House is Bill Ball. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Innovation House provides contemporary tools of rapid prototyping to develop and make tangible objects. It also provides a community of makers for its members to tap into. Innovation House is open to Stetson students, faculty, staff, alumni and invited guests. It is currently hosted by Stetson’s chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery and has been provided start up support from the Prince Entrepreneurship program.
Where the heck is it?
It’s back there, behind the Gillespie Museum, at 234 1/2 East Michigan Ave. Just keep going when you think it can’t possibly be that far, you’re almost there. Here is a picture to prove it:
This article from Stetson Today covers our first few months of operation
Way back in the early days (June, 2013) the future Innovation House lay behind this door in an obscure corner of campus.
It was not a pretty sight.
The mess and the poison are now gone, although a few of the bugs have chosen to remain.