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Watch These Makers Transform a Wheelchair into an Interactive Bumblebee Costume

Central Florida Maker groups use their diverse skills to create an interactive Bumblebee costume in only 3 weeks for a Magic Wheelchair recipient.

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Blind Arduino Project Proves You Don’t Need to See to Build Electronics

William Gerrey and Dr. Joshua Miele made the Blind Arduino Project to help those in the blind community expand their STEM and Maker education.

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Father Creates an Interactive Toy that Hones Fine Motor Skills for Son with Autism

Abu Zubair developed a toy to help his son with fine motor skills. Now this toy is helping many more children with autism.

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