Assistive Device Part 3 8-11

Assistive Device Part 3 8-11 - Adam Altman MWF 7:10-8...

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Adam Altman MWF 7:10-8 November 19 th , 2008 Assistive Typing Device Part 3 Questions 8-11 8. Chris Sandstrom- (Overall Grade: B) Chris did a good job answering the questions and provided good input to discussions. Only downside was he couldn’t make all the meetings. Joe Morales- (Overall Grade: B) Joe did a good job attending all meetings and came up with great ideas to improve design. Only downside was he didn’t answer many of the questions. 9. Yes, this project was useful because it taught us how to work with teams to solve a problem. In this case, it was a solution to someone’s disability, which is a very common practice for biomedical engineers. I liked designing the device and having to keep changing to due to different requirements because this gets us ready for real life situations. The first time you design a product, it may not work efficiently at first and you’ll have to make adjustments. 10. One improvement to this project would be to lose the requirement making the device able to
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2011 for the course ENGR 110 taught by Professor Cardinal during the Spring '08 term at Cal Poly.

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