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Featured Projects

High school students can develop innovative solutions that make the world a better place. All of our student teams take a human-centered approach to develop physical technology products that solve a need in their communities. Students work directly with people in their neighborhoods who face unique challenges, and learn how to invent solutions that create a better, safer, more equitable world. Here are some projects from across the years.

 
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angela watches

A smartwatch for women to alert their friends when they are in unsafe situations.

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orion

A smart wallet for the visually impaired to detect bill denominations.

stria

A belt to help prevent dangerous veering for the blind. ($3500 in funding: winner of Inventor's Challenge by AT&T// semifinalist-Diamond Challenge// finalist-Paradigm Challenge//winner of SXSWedu Student Startup Competition)

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good knight

a smart blanket attachment for people with PTSD to manage their nightmares.

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unwind

A stress ball that pulses like a heartbeat to help reduce anxiety and stress. ($2000 in funding: winner-Innovator Competition// semifinalist-Paradigm Challenge)

 
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glow vis

An updated blind cane design with flashing LEDs, tactile feedback, and shock absorbance so users can navigate safely and painlessly ($1700 in funding).

What will you invent?