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How can we go beyond the realms of fundamental thought and use new parameters to help prevent the fall?

How can we go beyond the realms of fundamental thought and use new parameters to help prevent the fall?

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Adithya commented on Using our ears

Hey Kate,

Thanks a lot for your gracious comments!

I have added an image to the challenge illustrating the flow of the system as I have envisioned it. I am looking at a number of collaborators on this project in terms of getting a better understanding of the product system, usability of the product from the user's side of things and most importantly in the spectrum of technical and topical expertise. Here are the particular people I am looking at as collaborators - An electrical electronics design engineer (in order to help with the electronics of the sensors and the feeding of data from the sensor to the interface), a materials engineer (to suggest conducive materials to build the product), a number of physicians specializing in the following areas - Orthopaedics, ENT, and Neurology (These are the people who can help us calibrate the device to a more technical and medical language and also help us in validating different parameters from a medical perspective). Apart from these are some of the people who have posted ideas as part of this ideation phase with whom I see the potential to collaborate on this project and create a better product through the amalgamation of our findings. I have also updated the presentation with the above mentioned points



Adithya commented on Accessibility of education

Hi Kate,

Thanks a lot for your comment. I've added a few things in my contribution.


Adithya commented on Building an enriching community for the young child

Hi Divya,

Yes, it is a great observation on your part. Like the system used in Indian villages where people give an auditory message, we could implement a similar system of alternate communication. Thanks!