Tech Checkout

Most Do Space® equipment is available for checkout on-site on a first-come, first-served basis. If you are interested in any of the following equipment, please visit the Tech Help Desk and inquire about availability. You will need to have an active Do Space membership card, a signed Technology Borrower Agreement on file, and a photo ID. Checkout length is limited to two hours per day. Items are not to be removed from the building.



Do you have photos or slides you need to scan? Do Space now has an Epson V600 Scanner available for checkout at the Tech Help Desk. The Epson V600 is a flatbed color scanner capable of scanning a A4 or US letter size paper ( 8.5 x 11.7 inches), 35 mm film strip: 12 frames at a time, 35 mm slides: up to 4 slides at a time, and 6 cm medium format photo: up to 22 cm. Upon checkout, you will be given a tub that contains the scanner’s manual, cables, and negative/slide adapters. You can connect the scanner by USB to a computer, and the software is compatible with both OSX and Windows. 




Need a laptop? Do Space offers a variety of laptops for checkout inside our space, including Touch-screen Windows 10 laptops. 







Do Space also offers the 13-inch MacBook Air laptops. 







And finally, the 11-inch Google Chromebooks is also available for use. These are great if you're just looking to get online and check your e-mail or surf the Web.






In addition, we also have 9.7inch iPad Air tablets available for checkout.







While most of our desktop computers have DVD drives, we also have a portable one available should you need to connect one to your laptop.








Tobii EyeMobileThanks to the support of the Meyer Foundation for Disabilities, Do Space recently increased assistive technology available for public use. The Tobii Eyemobile is a peripheral eye tracker that enhances computer accessibility with the speed, power and accuracy of gaze interaction. The Tobii EyeMobile features a PCEye Go attached to a Microsoft Surface 3 Pro, allowing members complete control of the tablet with their eyes.