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Meet Rabbit Ray: A Teaching Tool for Hospitalized Children

While attending the Child Life Council Conference in Orlando, I had the opportunity to stop by Joytingle’s booth in the exhibit hall and meet Esther, the founder and inventor of… 100 more words

Child Life

Toyota is teaming up with the inventor of the Segway to make better wheelchairs

(Source: www.hardwarezone.com.sg)

Toyota is teaming up with the inventor of the Segway to make better wheelchairs


You may or may not remember Dean Kamen’s iBOT wheelchair, but the DEKA-developed powered wheelchair was unique in that it was able to “walk” up and down stairs using two sets of powered wheels that rotated about each other. 202 more words


Hollywood Communications

Are you reading this article on a cell phone? Maybe you’re on the wifi at a local coffee shop. Well, this article, and anything else you browse while waiting for your frappuccino, is delivered to your mobile device thanks to a 1940’s Hollywood starlet. 491 more words

Female Scientist

Autodesk Inventor 2017 - Cladding a Revit Model with Random Dimples

Another great use for the sketch-based pattern command in Inventor 2017 is as a quick-and-easy replacement for a punch-tool or iFeature. If you’re in a proof of concept situation, you need a non-uniform patterned feature in a part, and time is limited, you could avoid the process of publishing an iFeature or sheet metal punch tool and save yourself a few valuable minutes.  84 more words


Jamie Cullum: singer, musician – and inventor?

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: While jazz sensation Jamie Cullum is best known for his singing, songwriting and musicianship, he’s also been turning his hand to something a little unusual. 551 more words

Current Affairs


Although few details of his life are known, he is regarded as one of the leading scientists in classical antiquity. Among his advances in physics are the foundations of hydrostatics, statics and an explanation of the principle of the lever. 306 more words

Kids Code Their Own 3D Creations

Column by Chris Berdik

May 18, 2016

On a recent Saturday at Einstein’s Workshop, a maker space outside Boston, boisterous kids were busy with Legos, mini motors and gears, magnetic tiles, pipe cleaners, posterboard, markers and tape. 349 more words

Educational Technology