Before we started brainstorming ideas for this project, we thought we would have to use the brains of engineers to build something to improve the organization of the materials at APRC. Volunteers at APRC are struggling to find items in their closets which requires to know what items they have and where they are located.... Continue Reading →
Sick Baby or Real Baby? -Pattie A.
As I was reading the introduction and part one from Get Me Out by Randi Hutter Epstein, I realized how blessed yet wicked this generation truly is. Today, we see ourselves as the all mighty when it comes to viewing the medical field, which is true seeing the progress and changes that have happened... Continue Reading →
Prototyping to the Max – Savannah
We have currently been working on our prototype for the past few class periods. We have started to set up the knee brace and add some padding to help keep the Patella in place. Also earlier in the process, Cynthia and I got to 3D print some hinges we thought we were going to use... Continue Reading →
Nice and Cozy- Eleanor B.
This week in biomed my team and I focused on the construction and development of our product prototype. We discussed customer needs and materials to use, as well as how we are going to make the prototype. The material we are using is similar to that of a "Dri-FIT" material. We chose this because it... Continue Reading →
Team Progress, Emma Pineda
This first six weeks are close to an end, and we have completed many tasks for the DAP project. We started by learning more about joints, and then choosing the joint that we will focus on the entire project and come up with an innovation to protect the joint when playing roller derby. We also at some... Continue Reading →
Art of the Thali: Finished & Ready to Go (Isha P)
At our station at the Make-O-Rama we presented a variety of items. One of our items was Oceane's computer where we displayed the preview of our cookbook. The students were able to scroll through the book, look at some of our recipes and pictures, and see some of our health benefits and insights into the... Continue Reading →
Almost Done! By: Maria
Working with the makey-makey has been an awesome experience where we have learned something new everyday, but creating a device to help kids with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis has been harder than we thought. This past weeks we have been working on creating the perfect and working prototype. First we worked on creating a type of... Continue Reading →
Butter it Up by Yuvia Ruiz
Greetings! After organizing and planning our ideas the Smoothie Blender's have once again changed our minds. We no longer hold the name of The Smoothie Cycle but we are now officially called the Butter Babe's. Its been quite a struggle trying to come up with an efficient way to blend smoothies. We have not received... Continue Reading →
The Adventures of AutoCAD (and other things)-HA
For the past month and half the newly created Plugged In group have been working on their portable phone charging station designed for students to use during school. I, Trinh, and my fellow peer, Toni are no longer a part of Guppies Group Inc. We have decided to break away from that project because we... Continue Reading →
Struggle to Meet! – Erika C.
Last semester when I last I blogged, I was still part of the innovating SuperNovas. After thinking it through, we thought it would be best to put a pause on our project of the hard hat, and decided to get started on different projects. As of right now, four other girls I are working on... Continue Reading →