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SharkVision – A Sensing Suit for the Blind by Hannah Prutchi

SharkVision – A Sensing Suit for the Blind Hannah Prutchi, 8th Grade, Science, VMS, October 2011 Blind people often use canes to avoid obstacles when walking. But, these are intrusive, can only detect obstacles where they are pointed, and could be dangerous to other people.  I devised the “SharkVision Suit” to help blind people move

 
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Crazy Pacemaker Hack: d.i.y. High-Speed Photography

This is a hack that combines three of my favorite passions: pacemakers, photography, and coffee! I took this photograph by feeding the output of an infrared barrier to the atrium input of an old DDD pacemaker, setting an appropriate AV delay, and using the ventricular output to trigger a camera flash (via a optoisolator).  In

 
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