USB port

Skip Kimpel skiplondon at gmail.com
Thu Jul 12 19:18:31 EDT 2012


Ron.... That is EXACTLY what I am designing for.  I was the IT director of
a children's hospital and one of my passions was finding / creating
assistive and adaptive equipment for the special needs and medically
fragile children that we served.   I have some pretty extensive knowledge
in this area!

Let's talk!

SKIP

On Thursday, July 12, 2012, Skip Kimpel wrote:

> Ron.... That is EXACTLY what I am designing for.  I was the IT director or
> a children's hospital and one of my passions was finding / creating
> assistive an adaptive equipment for the special needs and medically fragile
> children that we served.   I have some pretty extensive knowledge in this
> area!
>
> Let's talk!
>
> SKIP
>
> On Jul 12, 2012, at 6:31 PM, Ronald Zellner <zellner at tamu.edu<javascript:;>>
> wrote:
>
> > I was reading the comments about Phidgets and externals and started
> wondering about being able to use the USB port to connect to special
> devices- mechanical switches, etc. for use with children with special needs,
> > Is there a source of information about how to connect and read such
> things?  Transducers for things like strain gauges, thermo detection, etc.
> would also be useful.
> > Would appreciate it if someone knows where to find information related
> to this or if you have developed any such interfaces for LiveCode.
> > Thans,
> > Ron
> >
> >
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