Sreyash Sola with Congresswoman Barbara Comstock, explaining his research & inventions.
Thank you very much Congresswoman Comstock for this opportunity & recognition. Thanks for your support!!! Had a great time and thank you for joining us in the tour to the Capitol!
Nagasai Sreyash Sola loves science and technology and using them to help people in need. He was part of award winning Odyssey of the mind and FLL teams. National finalist of NASA's Mars competition. Three time semi-finalist of NASA Future Engineers's challenge to 3D design, winner in 2016 to win 3D printer for his school. He also won Maker Faire Editor's Choice Award during World Maker Faire 2016 for his project/invention to help blind people using distance sensing technology. Full story on Makezine
Following are some of Sreyash's projects inventions to help people with disabilities and vision problems.
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Distance Sensing Blind Cane
The distance sensing apparatus converts the distance to angular rotation giving a gradual feedback for blind for the objects/obstacles facing the sensor.
Proximity Controlled Switches
Distance sensing proximity controlled switch can be used to turn on and off switches by moving close and away from the sensor.
This Arduino project plays different tones on xylophone based on the distance from the sensor.
Sreyash is actively working on making more things for helping people in need and to enhance the devices he already have. Please feel free to write to Sreyash if you have any suggestions, feedback or if you can support him in any other way.
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