LipSync

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November 24, 2016 LipSync Update: FLipmouse Swap

We got to try out the FLipMouse, an open source Assistive Technology project similar to our LipSync, developed by the AsTeRICS Academy project of the University of Applied Sciences, Technikum Wien in Vienna, Austria.

Community Knowledge Exchange November 17, 2016

On Tuesday, November 22nd Neil Squire Society Director of Developemnt, Chad Leaman, will be one of seven speakers at the Community Knowledge Exchange (CKX) City Series: Vancouver at Science World.

Don testing out the LipSync

November 10, 2016 LipSync Update: User Testing

We have one LipSync out the door. After helping us with another round of testing, Don Danbrook took a LipSync home, and became the very first recipient of a LipSync device.

LipSync Logo

November 3, 2016 LipSync Update: The Logo

The blue font is both a tribute of sorts to the Neil Squire Society aqua colour and represents the utility of the LipSync. The logo also represents stability, capturing the essence of the LipSync.

LipSync head with the chambers made out of conductive ABS.

October 27, 2016 LipSync Update: 3D Filaments

In a project dependent on 3D printing, one of the most important things is the material we use, and what materials will allow makers to create the best possible LipSync. Here’s a rundown on the printing filaments that we’ve decided to use, and why.

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