The RoboGuts™ S.T.E.A.M. Education Program
Give a child a toy, they're happy for an hour. Teach a child to build their own toys and they're happy for life!
I've seen some parents complain about the costs of STEM education programs in schools and how the various projects are robots that keep falling apart over and over so that the children spend too much time with assembly and re-assembly and not learning real STEM.
The RoboGuts™ S.T.E.A.M. Education Program makes learning basic electronics and programming easier, more fun and much more affordable than any other STEM education program.
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North Miami, Florida
Mar 7, 2017
First "Automated Hands-Free Umbrella" (patent granted), that follows your intention of movement while protecting from environmental conditions and assisting you in outdoors.
Our company enters the IoT Era by delivering a disruptive product and a new mobile platform for Apps and Services to run on It, while addressing the humans need of protection from environmental conditions in a more natural way technology allows us today; permitting the user to have the best possible protection in an automated fashion. We have created the concept of the first "Automated Hands-Free Umbrella" (patent granted), controlled by the User's Intention ...
Long Beach, California
Mar 4, 2017
To help fitness enthusiasts, professional athletes, sports teams, and healthcare service recipients assess physical activity, we propose an electromyography (EMG) compression suit fitted with textile-embedded dry-contact surface electrode sensors. The ensemble assesses skeletal muscle activation timing, estimates force production, and evaluates the degree and rate of muscle fatigue. Unlike commercially available electromyograms that deploy problematic wet surface electrode sensors, the ensemble deploys textile-embedded electrodes that preclude skin irritation, eliminate the knowledge requisite of skeletal muscle topography, and delete the electrical wires that connect electrode sensors and the electromyogram. These refinements allow assessment of skeletal muscle activity without compromising a ...
While technology is constantly giving us new ways of doing things, there are some things that inflexibly stay the same. Take the good old cardboard box, for example: 90 percent of all products shipped are still sent using some type of cardboard packaging. So what do we do with all of it once items have been safely removed from their boxes? Unfortunately, we usually break down the boxes and toss them in recycling—but if we would just give it a little thought, the possibilities are almost endless. Cardboard can be bent, cut, painted, wrapped, and configured in almost any ...
Mar 3, 2017
As we all know, mosquitoes are carriers of all sort of undesirable things. Don’t need to remind you of the latent possible comeback of Sika virus to our lands as temperatures get warmer and the vector population increases. Hence we should fight back with all we've got and if we don’t have the tools we must create them for our safety and own good. This concept and design is an elastic band covered with a membrane impregnated with a special formula and some infrared light sources to attract mosquitoes and once near the warm and tasty membrane would provide ...