Book equipment

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CorelDRAW, a vector graphics editor that provides many features for users to edit graphics. These features include contrast adjustment, color balancing, adding special effects like borders to images, and it is capable of working with multiple layers and multiple pages.

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Arduino is used in conjunction with Arduino micro-controller boards. Small yet powerful, these boards are great for learning about programming and electronics and can be programmed to run anything from robots to household automated devices.

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Blender is an artist-focused 3D design program. The software can be used to create 3D printed models, animated films, visual effects, visual art, interactive 3D applications and video games.

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Green Screen is a tool for creating a special effect. By filming actors in front of a green screen, editors can superimpose the background image of their choice. 

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Gimp is a 2D graphics and photo manipulation program. As a graphics editor it is used to create and edit images for art, icons and graphical properties of web pages.

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Engineered around workstation graphics with dual GPUs, PCIe-based flash storage, high-performance Thunderbolt 2, Xeon processors, fast memory and support for 4K video

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Nepean Centrepointe
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Adobe Creative Suite 6 is a high-end digital editing suite. It includes software for special effects, photo editing, website design, and graphic design. 

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This tripod is compatible with the Imagine Space's DSLR and Sony Handycam.

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Use the Sony Handycam to shoot full HD movies.

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The Sony ALPHA DSLR is an easy to use camera that lets you take high quality photographs. It comes with a Sony SAL55200/2 DT 55-200mm f/4-5.6 Lens.

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Use our online form to book equipment in the Imagine Space. You will receive a confirmation email once your reservation has been approved.

  • Customers may reserve equipment up to 1 (one) month in advance
  • Customers are allowed a maximum of 2 (two) hours of equipment use per day
  • Customers may have a maximum of 2 (two) bookings per week, and 4 (four) bookings per month
  • Customers may not reserve multiple pieces of equipment simultaneously
  • Customers will need their valid Library card to book equipment
  • Customers cannot use the 3D printer or laser cutter without taking a certification course
  • Unbooked equipment may also be used on a drop-in basis
  • Customers must log on within the first 5 minutes of a scheduled booking or the booking will be cancelled
  • The last time slots of the day, booked for the laser cutter or 3D printer, must end no later than 30 minutes before closing.