2018-11-22 (Th) Hackaday Summary

Overlooked Minimalism in Assistive Technology
I saw this invention on 9gag of all places, and it was inspiring, so I saved its URL. After a few weeks of sitting in my list, it seemed like the time to make it into an article. The more I thought about this invention, the more I realized it was a really brilliant creation. I would have trouble imagining a device to do what this does because I am not in the situation of the creator. On top of that, and this is the neat part since there is nothing like this, it was a utterly new creation instead of a derivation. Those are rare.

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