Archive for the ‘Video’ Category

Cardboard Creations from the EDGE Lab

June 6th, 2014

The Canada Foundation for Innovation / Fondation canadienne pour l’innovation published this video about some of the projects going on in the lab last winter.

Jason Nolan, director of Ryerson University’s EDGE Lab in Toronto, designs and builds objects out of cardboard that allow kids with special needs to play freely and independently. Nolan showcased his work as CFI’s guest at the Canada Science and Technology Museum’s “Cool Science Saturday” event in Ottawa on February 15.

Photos courtesy of Jason Nolan and The Adaptive Design Association of New York

For more on this story, visit our blog:
http://blog.innovation.ca/cfi-funded-…

Fairchild Television Segment

August 2nd, 2012

EDGE Lab featured on Fairchild Television.

 

How to make soft circuit buttons, video

July 30th, 2012

Here’s a tutorial video on how to make fabric buttons that conduct electricity.

View on YouTube.

Cardboard Rocking Chair, Geta Chair/Autism Rocker

April 24th, 2012

Check out our videos of cardboard rocking chairs.

The first one is for a simple cardboard seat for people who like to move instead of sitting still.

This rocker can be used on the ground at circle time (for children) or on hard surface chairs for adults.

The basic design can also be adapted to use as a footrest.
Geta Chair/Autism Rocker

 
 

This chair has a clever design that keeps little fingers safe from being pinched.

 
Cardboard Rocking Chair
 

 

Adaptive Design Instructional Videos

September 29th, 2011

Research Assistant Noah Kenneally produced six instructional videos for an Undergraduate Research Opportunity (URO). The project was entitled Researching Skills Development in Adaptive Design and the Creation of Objects for Children with Disabilities.

The videos explain the process for making objects out of cardboard from start to finish. View them below or they can also be found:

on Youtube at htp:// www.youtube.com/user/RyersonEDGElab?blend=2&ob=5
on Vimeo at htp://http://vimeo.com/user8216864/videos

If you’re inspired to make something after viewing the videos, we’d love to hear from you.