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U of M Capstone 2005: Powered Mount

U of M Capstone 2005: Powered Mount

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2005 Powered Mounting System for People with Disabilities: Michael Etheridge, Tom Secord, Adam Niederloh, Dustin Koep, Nick Lee.

This team from the University of Minnesota helped develop prototype solutions. Read More

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Brian McEwen

Brian McEwen

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2004 Intern

He joined us as a University of Minnesota Mechanical Engineering undergraduate student. Brian has a BA in Cultural Anthropology and is interested in human factors, product design and ergonomics.

Brian worked on several projects this summer, including:
Construction of a manual wheelchair and seating system for product testing
Conceptual design relating to wheelchair mounting hardware
Design and fabrication of a test fixture for determining the coefficient of friction between fabrics
Participation in Watercraft Transfer Workshop

Kyle Kilbourn
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Kyle Kilbourne

Kyle Kilbourne

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Kyle Kilbourn joined us as a graduate student of IT Product Design (ITPD) at the University of Southern Denmark.

Kyle contributed in many ways to BlueSky Designs, including:

Development of RESNA Poster
Development of Technical Materials for Tent Technology
Participated in Wilderness Inquiry kayak trip
Assisted in field testing of tents and vestibules
Conducted videoethnographic study of watercraft transfers
Facilitated Watercraft Transfer Workshop

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U of M Capstone 2004: Watercraft Transfer

U of M Capstone 2004: Watercraft Transfer

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2004 Watercraft Transfer Team: Peter Bohl, Mandi Eggers, Eric Michaelson, Thor Shellum, Angela Tardy.

This team from the University of Minnesota helped develop prototype solutions. Read More

Linda "Scotty" Scott
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Linda “Scotty” Scott

Linda “Scotty” Scott

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Scotty works part time on quality assessment of incoming parts and assembly of the Mount’n Mover.

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Sometimes you have to think outside the cubicle.