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Students win first place in statewide engineering competition

 

Last updated 5/10/2019 at 8:32pm

Taking first place with their biomedical engineering project are, from left, Kyle Bequette, Lianna Arnold and Nick Holemo.

Leea Powell

Special to the Village News

Students from Fallbrook High School won first in place April 28, in a highly competitive statewide engineering competition. Lianna Arnold, 16; Kyle Bequette, 17, and Nick Holemo, 18, created the "Handinator 3000" in their biomedical engineering and advanced engineering class.

The robotic prosthetic hand, which was entirely student designed and created, has full mobility and control, as well as the ability to sense and relay pressure to its user.

The Handinator's myoelectric – muscle – sensors are able to take in muscle sensing data that moves e...



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