Traditionally STEM subjects involve the use of experiments. Remote access to experiments has been growing over the past 5 years as high speed Internet access has improved. Several large scale projects worldwide aim to provide experiments as a service to schools. At the University of Southern Queensland, the Digital Futures Collaborative Research Network funded Remote Access Labs for Fun, Innovation and Education (RALfie) Project is taking a radical “flipped” approach to the development and sharing of remotely accessed labs (RAL). Using gamification techniques and a community of practice, the RALfie Project will involve middle and high school aged learners making and sharing experiments in formal and informal learning contexts. Using a Design Based Research approach to include the users in the design and development of RALfie, researchers and stakeholders will be “finding their w@y” to new pathways for engaging learners in STEM. The audience will contribute to the design.