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Mounted to wheelchair

LipSync Update: Mounting Refined

August 25, 2016

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.

Amelia’s Hard Work Pays Off

August 24, 2016

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

LipSync Update: Assembled Prototype

August 18, 2016

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

Darcy’s Experience as a Youth Intern

August 17, 2016

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

LipSync Update: Bluetooth

August 11, 2016

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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