The last point is crucial to the task [Ali Shtarbanov] The MIT Media Lab is working on this project. He reminded us that in the past few decades, anyone who makes electronic prototypes has faced huge barriers to entry. Before the Internet is actually put into use, information on how to get started is also difficult to obtain.
Software has a similar story. Tools such as Scratch and Python have lowered the barriers to entry, allowing more people to step in and building some confidence.
But despite being like Soft Robot Toolkit And Programmable-Air began to reduce the pneumatic support standards for soft robots and related applications, and the project authors still found areas that need further improvement. FlowIO was designed to be wearable from the beginning. Compared with previous open source work to date, it looks smaller, more portable, and supports more air ports and more sensing and connection arrays.
Knowledge sharing hardware
And you Can accept all plans (Requires free account registration) and build a FlowIO device for yourself, the project author provides another solution.Following Wikipedia’s free sharing and distribution model information, FlowIO Provide it hardware free, For the common good. With the support of the donation to the project, more hardware was produced and distributed to those in need. The only requirement is to pass or return the excess kits to the base for upgrades, not to landfill.