The Future Everyday Technology Research Lab is located in a 930-square
foot facility in the Golisano College of Computing and Information
Sciences. The lab is used for both teaching (see our director’s
page for a list of currently-taught courses) and research.
The FETLab is equipped with a variety of fabrication and research
equipment, including a Universal laser cutter, multiple 3D printers,
an electronics prototyping area, three sewing machines, a
small-scale CNC router, and many and various hand tools.
The lab also features a “café” area with fridge, microwave, TV,
couches, and a Spotify-linked wireless speaker.