Reflex Project

The Reflex Project aims to teach children about the knee-jerk reaction through an Arduino-powered mechanism in the shape of a leg.

 

The contraption has a button that represents the patellar tendon - the spot a doctor would hit with a mallet - and an LED strip that represents neurons firing to the spinal cord.

The Fall 2020 team will be assembling 4 duplicates of this model that will be delivered to the Children's Museum to be used for demonstrations.

Team Members
  • Cassidy Strode - Design Lead

First Year Engineering

  • Beth Ospalik - Communications Officer

First Year Engineering

  • Joey DiMaggio - Team Member

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  • Sally Jones - Team Member

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Questions? Contact us at epics-ced@ecn.purdue.edu

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