Healthcare (S.T.E.A.M. School)


#1

Health Care & Wellness:
Prosthetics & Assistive Devices
Conservative estimates say that at least 5.5 million people in India have locomotor disabilities, a large number of these are from economically weaker sections without access to specialised hospitals/centres or ‘cutting edge’ prosthetics and assistive devices that are largely unaffordable.

The challenges:
(a) Pushing the boundaries of 3D printing and IoT for prosthetics and assistive devices
(b) If Cane can work what other natural materials can? Make it ‘smart’


#2

How about an All-In-One device based on voice recognition, eye blink detection, etc., to do different daily activities like conveying something by a dumb person or using voice recognition to do things for a person who is physically disabled. The hardware required can be 3D printed to make them cost effective in bulk. Can discuss this in detail when the whole team meets.


#3

Hello everyone. Glad I could be all of you on this project.