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    Switched Adapted Bubble Machine

     

     

    The switch adapted Paw Patrol bubble machine 2 is a fun way for children with disaiblities blow bubbles and play with their family and friends.

    This modification, created by the HuskyADAPT 1 group at University of Washington, allows a single switch input to spin the bubble wand and blow air.

    Tools you’ll need:

    • Philips head screwdriver
    • Soldering iron with solder
    • Drill with 5/32 drill bit
    • 3.5mm mono jack
    • 22-gauge wires, two 20cm lengths
    • Wire strippers
    • Zip tie

    About the Organization

    HuskyADAPT 1 is a group based out of University of Washington that adapts toys for children with disability in Washington. They have an growing open-source list of adaptable toys (https://depts.washington.edu/adaptuw/toy-adaptation/adaptable-toys/ 2) with videos of how it works.

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    Recently Added

    Project Need

    • Mobility / Physical
    • Agility / Dexterity

    Created by

    HuskyADAPT

    Capabilities Needed

    • Electronics
    • Soldering

    Time to Complete

    < 1 hour

    Cost to Build

    $26-50

    Creative Commons License

    Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International

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    Switched Adapted Bubble Machine

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