Project Manus is MIT’s effort to upgrade campus makerspaces and foster student maker communities.
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In a makersystem, local makerspaces network together to offer specialized capabilities to a larger community.
We are working hard to make sure MIT students have access to the tools, spaces and information they need to make, create and innovate.
Mobius connects students, faculty and researchers with nearby resources they can use to make, measure and innovate.
The Mobius system was created to help manage and share information about resources that the MIT community may use to make, measure, and manipulate.
MIT students, faculty, staff, and community members with MIT Touchstone accounts can use the Mobius web portal to locate all of the equipment, makerspaces, and facilities in the Mobius database, check the status of equipment, and pay for materials and machine time. Facility managers can use the web portal to modify information pertaining to their facility, policies, equipment, and users.
The Mobius web portal is available to all members of MIT’s community. Its features and capabilities are constantly evolving, and it currently provides users the ability to: