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Works in Progress

Works in Progress

Currently working on:
Watercraft Transfer
It is difficult for people with mobility impairments to safely get into and out of boats. Existing lift technology is not portable, so people can only go to specific places or use specific boats.
When finished, the lightweight transfer device will allow easy transportation and transfer to allow anyone to enjoy traversing the open water.

SMART Mount
People with disabilities need immediate and ergonomic access to a range of essential devices and activities. When people are less mobile,
the need is even more critical. End users of the underlying technology, the Scalable Modular Accessible Robotic Technology (SMART) mount will experience improved access to critical devices, increased independence, and reduced reliance on others.

A design isn’t finished until somebody is using it.
-Brenda Laurel

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Custom Solutions

Custom Solutions

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BlueSky Designs specializes in finding custom solutions for unique needs and wants. David (pictured left) wanted to be able to simultaneously DJ and speak with his speech device using only his eyes.

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Assembly

Assembly

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Scotty works hard to keep inventory up.

Mount'n Mover Usability
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Testing the Mount’n Mover Prototype

Testing the Mount’n Mover Prototype

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We print everything in plastic before casting anything in metal to check specs.

Nicole Carstens enjoys two Mount'n Movers on her chair for college.
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Mount’n Mover

Mount’n Mover

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The Mount’n Mover is commercially available online or through resellers. See more of the components and purchase online on our website mountnmover.com.

The Mount’n Mover began as a custom design for a college-bound teenager who needed to communicate and use her computer at the same time.
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NIH SBIR Phase 2 (2005-07)

NIH SBIR Phase 2 (2005-07)

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Accessible Mounting and Positioning Technology for People with Disabilities

Kevin plans and sews a prototype
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Tent Build

Tent Build

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Kevin sews a prototype tent.

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Sawin’ it Up

Originally licensed by Eureka to be sold as the "Freedom Tent" This award winning design is currently out of production.
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Accessible Tent

Accessible Tent

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Originally licensed to Eureka, this award-winning design is currently out of production. Read more…

If you would like to license this design contact us at *protected email*