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Mounted to wheelchair

August 25, 2016 LipSync Update: Mounting Refined

We’ve further refined our DIY (do-it-yourself) mounting set-up that used 3D printed clamps and arrow shafts to create something that looked like a microphone stand.

Amelia in her graduation gown, holding her degree.

August 24, 2016 Amelia’s Hard Work Pays Off

After years of hard work, long-time friend of the Neil Squire Society, Amelia, is overjoyed to receive her Bachelor of Arts at SFU.

Assembled LipSync Prototype

August 18, 2016 LipSync Update: Assembled Prototype

Over the last few weeks, we have shown you 3D printed parts, the joystick, design plans, and the electronics, but one thing we haven’t had a chance to show you is an assembled prototype of the LipSync itself — you’ve seen the parts, but not the whole. Well, here’s a look.

darcy

August 17, 2016 Darcy’s Experience as a Youth Intern

Darcy, a student at the University of Victoria, used his background in education to help people with disabilities, both in the job market and on the computer.

LipSync Prototype board

August 11, 2016 LipSync Update: Bluetooth

Originally, the LipSync would just connect to the phone via USB. But one side effect of this, is that you would be dealing with the cord — say you wanted to put the LipSync a little farther from the phone, you would have to deal with the cord across your body. We needed a way to make the LipSync be able to connect to your phone wirelessly.

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