The screen images and videos in sequence below were presented by Dr. Mike Kolitsky at the CSUN Disabilities Conference in San Diego on Wednesday afternoon following the lunch break. The original presentation was done using Keynote but with all the video clips, the overall presentation was over 1.7 GB and too large to make available in Keynote so the following is a sequential list of screens as they were presented in a more simplified HTML format so that each screen is shown as a separate HTML page and the videos are shown in mov format using Quicktime. Only the head anatomy graphic is shown in this series of images and videos. You will have to close each image in png format and each video clip after viewing it by hand.
1. This screen shows the opening graphic with reference to both the 3D printed audio-enhanced images on the right side as well as the swell paper equivalents on the left side which also can be designed for audio enrichment. When finished viewing the graphic, close the graphic page to get back to this page.
2. This screen contains a movie named Screen 2 which demonstrates that a swell paper graphic on the hand-out can be laid atop an iPad to generate audio. Note that swell paper is lined up on iPad so left and right markers match the same markers on the iPad as this is required to match audio buttons on iPad with touch areas on swell paper graphic. Also, be sure to hold paper on iPad so that the finger doing the holding is not touching the iPad screen or the iPad will not register a touch with a second finger. The graphic on the swell paper was made from a black and white image of the anterior half of a transverse section of the human head with audio buttons in the area of the eye, optic nerve and optic chiasma. When finished viewing this screen, close Screen 2 page to get back to this page.
3. This screen is named Screen 3 and shows the 3D print of that section with areas cut out where conductive filament with graphene can be inserted. When finished, close Screen 3 page to get back to this page.
4. This screenis named Screen 4 shows the assembled 3D print of the anterior half of the head transverse section showing the conductive filament in the regions of the eye, optic nerve and optic chiasma. When finished, close Screen 4 page to get back to this page.
5. This screen is named Screen 5 and shows the 3D printed "holder" and iPad with anatomic image. When finished, close Screen 5 page to get back to this page.
6. This screen is named Screen 6 and shows the iPad inserted into the 3D printed "holder" and to the right is shown the 3D print attached to a thin plastic sheet cut to fit inside the holder when laid atop the iPad. Note the use of the anaimation program named Hype which enables audio buttons to be placed in the graphic just underneath the 3D print when it is placed on the iPad. When finished, close Screen 6 page to get back to this page.
7. This screen contains a movie named Screen 7 which shows the 3D print on top of iPad with my finger touching conductive filament causing audio button to generate name of object being touched. When finished, close Screen 7 page to get back to this page.
8. This screen is named Screen 8 and shows how a swell paper graphic in its holder can be laid atop an iPad Pro with its larger screen area. When finished, close Screen 8 page to get back to this page.
9. This screen contains a movie named Screen 9 and shows how a full dimension swell graphic can be placed on an iPadPro and when touched causes audio buttons on the iPadPro graphic to respond with information about what structure is touched. When finished, close Screen 9 page to get back to this page.