Fab is for bridging
digital and physical worlds.
Keio SFC was the first academic campus in Japan to provide
free Internet environment to all the students. Lots of creative
talents with digital skills have been nurtured here since 1990.
Recently, digital creations are immersing into the real world.
Self-driving cars, 3D printers, student-built architecture, wearable
fashion, health-care devices, drones, agriculture sensing and more are
Through those activities, we realized that the new shape of creativity
is about to appear. We call it "Fab"- that is for bridging digital
and physical worlds. We believe that Fab is the next literacy for all
the students in SFC, and ultimately, for everyone.
Keio SFC has started the Fab-Campus project, which will make various
types of Digital Fabrication technologies available to students.
Moreover, we will be fashioning new management policies,
infrastructure, education curriculum, and legal rules concerning
Digital Fabrication. We focus not only on making. We cover all the
process end to end, including making, using, seeing, maintaining,
reusing, and updating prototypes.
We are leading the new campus infrastructure in the IoT age.
(Some of following contents are only in Japanese.)
(c) 2016 Fab Campus Committee
3D Printer, 3D Scanner, Digital Embroidery Machine, Sewing Machine, Laser Cutter
Electric Workbench, Robot Studio, Fab Studio, Architecture Studio
Large CNC Milling machine, Large 3D Printer, Woodshop, Metalshop
Media Center FabSpace
ο Electric Workbench
ο Robot Studio/ Fab Studio
κ,ε,ι,ο,λ (Computer Rooms)
DFF-M (Digital Fabrication Factory-Metal)
DFF-W (Digital Fabrication Factory-Wood)