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Jessica Peterson — General

You did a much better job explaining the mechanics/technology behind your project than you did at Midterm Review! #GoodJob
I like the "Thank You" slide!

3 years ago

Larissa Rathmann Schneider — General

3d-printed materials are often a lot heavier than non 3d-printed ones. Maybe look into more lightweight materials to reduce the overall weight of the arm?

3 years ago

Elizabeth Park - You could also play around with 3D print's infill. The more (dense) infill, the heavier the piece, but the less infill, the lighter it is. The only consideration is how it affects the part's strength.

3 years ago

Joe Bruzek — Users

The biomedical engineering department at #VT is probably a great place to start to broaden your network #yay #connections

3 years ago

Justin Lau - Are you still maintaining connections with professors on campus? #reconnect

3 years ago

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Justin Lau - Specifically Spencer Lee

3 years ago

Elizabeth Park - They have been connected, Justin!! #always

3 years ago

Elizabeth Park — Assembly

You should request to print with Ninjaflex in the 3D Design studio in Newman.

3 years ago

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Justin Lau - Elizabeth can help you guys with that, she's really enthusiastic about working there.

3 years ago

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Joe Bruzek - #ninjaflex

3 years ago

Anna Mumma — General

Good job having a 3D prototype, you guys have done a lot this semester.

3 years ago

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Joe Bruzek — Assembly

How durable is the 3D printing plastic? Maybe you could look into other printing materials to make the hand better. #lookout #iteration

3 years ago

Justin Lau - #materialsandprocesses

3 years ago

Elizabeth Park — Users

Do you guys have a user to test your design?

3 years ago

Elizabeth Park - #humancentereddesign

3 years ago

Larissa Rathmann Schneider — Users

You could try contacting the opensource prosthetic developers and asking how they get in touch with potential users.

3 years ago

Robert Ryser — General

Good presentation. Sounds like you know what needs to be done and have a good plan for the next semester. #goodjob

3 years ago

Ethan Goldenberg — Energy

There's technology being developed to charge a phone from a person's movement- something like that could provide extra power

3 years ago

Joe Bruzek - Partner with #ActiVT and make a fitness prosthetic!

3 years ago

Natalie Tobias — General

You guys have made so much progress over the course of this year! I really like your design. #nice #works

3 years ago

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Justin Lau - #teamworkmakesthedreamwork

3 years ago

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Justin Lau — General

What can you guys do in the summer to continue the project?
#letsdothis #letsgetitdone #lookout

3 years ago

Elizabeth Park - #lookout

3 years ago

Joe Bruzek - #momentum

3 years ago

Simone Stewart - Such a good idea! Leave the design with a group to work on making a great fidelity prototype while you're gone! A group at Northwestern did a similar thing. Talk to Rob about that!

3 years ago

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Natalie Tobias - #agreed #summer #funinthesun

3 years ago

Joshua Hull — Energy

Would it be possible to have it recharge when you walk or move a certain body part? #humanPowerSource

3 years ago

Rory Kirkpatrick — Energy

Have you looked into 90's style battery holding belt? it may be a good way to distribute the weight of the batteries.

3 years ago

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Sean Pickering — General

Have you looked at current prosthetics to see how they are assembled and what type of power sources they utilize? #lookout

3 years ago

Elizabeth Park — General

I like the inclusion of all the parts!! Many people don't know what an EMH sensors or Arduinos are.

3 years ago

Simone Stewart — Energy

Not sure how feasible something like solar power would be but definitely check out some alternative power sources. I'm loving this design #works

3 years ago

Joe Bruzek - charge up while you tan!

3 years ago

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