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Assistive technology - Helping the disabled and blind with simple electronics

Assistive technology - Helping the disabled and blind with simple electronics

Rotation based distance sensing device can be attached to a blind cane so that distance can be known from the servo arm rotation. Servo arm rotates when the object comes closer to the distance sensor and the arm goes to the start position if there are no obstacles in the way of the sensor. By having a finger on the servo arm one can know the distance of objects.
Vibration based distance sensing device can be attached to a human hand, blind cane or a cap. The distance is indicated by the frequency of vibration. The closer the object gets it vibrates more frequently indicating there is an obstacle.
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Assistive technology - Helping the disabled and blind with simple electronics

Nagasai Sreyash Sola

Eighth grader from Virginia, USA. Loves STEM/Electronics assisting people in need.
Team player of the award-winning Odyssey of the Mind and Robotics teams.
National finalist of NASA's Mars competition.
Winner of National NASA Future Engineers 3D design challenge in 2016(won 3D printer to his school).
4H member.
World Maker Faire Editor's Choice award winner.
Recipient of Congressional Recognition.
Loves Tennis, Basketball and Golf.


Stand D34 (pav. 6) - Nagasai Sreyash Sola

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