About

Keio Museum Commons

"Keio Museum Commons [KeMCo]" is a common space in which students, academics, university staff, and alumni can mingle. Keio University’s ‘Banraisha’ common room was originally designed for this purpose. The aim of KeMCo is to create a ‘commons’ within a museum that is neither public nor private, but open to all kinds of community activities.

KeMCo is a place where people from different communities linked to the university can come together to exchange ideas about cultural assets. At KeMCO, cultural assets of the university meet and interact, and are connected to a global network through advanced digital technologies.

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Keio Object Hub

Keio Object Hub is a portal site that will promote the cultural collections held at Keio University alongside on-campus cultural activities.

KeMCo StudI/O

KeMCo StudI/O is a creation studio with digitalisation and fabrication functions. The studio offers the opportunity to photograph and measure (including 3D scanning) cultural assets, and to work with digital data using tools such as a 3D printer.

About KeMCo

About

Keio Museum Commons

"Keio Museum Commons [KeMCo]" is a common space in which students, academics, university staff, and alumni can mingle. Keio University’s ‘Banraisha’ common room was originally designed for this purpose. The aim of KeMCo is to create a ‘commons’ within a museum that is neither public nor private, but open to all kinds of community activities.

KeMCo is a place where people from different communities linked to the university can come together to exchange ideas about cultural assets. At KeMCO, cultural assets of the university meet and interact, and are connected to a global network through advanced digital technologies.

What’s On

Digital

Keio Object Hub

Keio Object Hub is a portal site that will promote the cultural collections held at Keio University alongside on-campus cultural activities.

KeMCo StudI/O

KeMCo StudI/O is a creation studio with digitalisation and fabrication functions. The studio offers the opportunity to photograph and measure (including 3D scanning) cultural assets, and to work with digital data using tools such as a 3D printer.