From the Miami Herald:
To accommodate a generation that prefers to read on their devices rather than hardcovers or paperbacks, the Miami-Dade County Public Library System has converted one of its old bookmobiles into a mobile computer lab.
The Technobus, a mobile computer lab, features a 3D printer, 11 workstations for classes and a wide variety of software including all Adobe Creative Cloud applications, such as Photoshop, Premiere and Lightroom. The bus also houses a Phantom IV drone, which is used to help make movies with aerial footage, Macbooks and a variety of laptops. The Technobus runs four days a week and there is a librarian always on board. The bus is also ADA-compliant.
Classes are offered in digital photo editing, music production, videography and graphic design.
The bus cost approximately $300,000 to be retrofit with all the new technology.
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See Also: Technobus Fact Sheet (via MDPLS)