Gemma is a specialist Occupational Therapist & Assistive Technology Consultant that has comes to TOM: Melbourne with a challenge from one of her clients. On a standard laptop, the power button is either too small or out of reach for her client. Gemma would like a device that can help her client turn a computer on.
The team used 3D printing and simple programming to create a device with an ‘electronic finger’ that can turn on the computer when activated. The device is portable and can be attached to any computer.
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