iEat: Independent Feeder
by tomglobal, published
For a person with limited hand control, using a spoon, fork, or knife is a significant challenge. There are feeding devices available, but they typically cost thousands of dollars and often promise more than they deliver. Using several 3D printed parts, team iEat developed a low-cost device that helps people with limited hand control to feed themselves.
Team members: Zebreda Dunham (need knower), Clarice Torrey, Dana Yichye-Shwachamn, Ken Fujimoto, Randy Darden
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