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Virtual Dice Spinner Workshop

June 30, 2020 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm EDT

By Donation

A dice spinner is a DIY assistive device created by Brady Fulton of ATNomad. This device helps a person with fine motor control difficulties to roll dice independently.

The device uses a motor and enclosure to prevent the dice from rolling off the table. The dice spinner can be operated by a switch that best suits the user.


Would you like to learn how to build this device?

Join our workshop June 30 at 630 EST

More info of where to get your parts can be found in the event link

Participants will need to order their own parts and cost is estimated under $20 each. This device becomes much cheaper if you have parts on hand, or if you create 6 or more(estimated $3-7 each)

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Makers Making Change’s NYC Chapter is partnering with Michael Dicpinigaitis of Jericho Adapts to host this event. If you are able to donate to Jericho Adapts please see the link in the tickets of this event listing.

Our NYC Chapter Leaders are Loreto Dumitrescu; an occupational therapist and co-founder of Zeroday.Camp and Dr. Farrukh Zia, Associate Professor at CityTech

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June 30, 2020
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm EDT EDT
By Donation
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