Update to restrictions
Despite the gradual lifting of lockdown restrictions as part of the Government’s road map STEAMhouse will continue to remain closed to members due to current Government rules around prioritising certain course activities and teaching for students in Universities. It is likely, however, that there may be ongoing restrictions due to a number of technical matters which we will continue to update you on.
We will continue to provide online support to members offering a range of events, workshops, 1-2-1 mentoring and business support, grant opportunities, STEAMsprints, and remote technical support.
We will continue with our programme of remote learning with live and self-paced courses which introduce a range of processes including bio-material development, laminating and forming wood and mould-making, and support digital development using software including Blender, Fusion 360, Z-brush Core Mini and Unity Game Engine.
Additionally we will continue developing UX design prototyping support for the development of apps, websites, services, and products, and can offer knowledge exchange opportunities to work with BCU academics to support your prototyping needs.
We are currently unable to offer our bureau service of 3D printing, CNC printing, and laser cutting at this time but we will be aiming to continue with this service as soon as it is safe to do so and restrictions allow.
We continue to monitor Government and University guidance and advice and we will inform you if there are any further changes.
Thank you for your patience, and stay safe.
From the STEAMhouse team.