Spatial ability is the capacity to understand, reason and remember the spatial relations among objects or space.
The project is an intelligent helmet that helps children develop spatial location skills. Spatial location ability typically develops in children 3 to 5 years of age. This ability is very important for the cognitive development of children because it allows us to locate ourselves in a spatial context. This cognitive ability allows the ability to perceive the environment from sizes, shapes, distances, etc. For this, it is essential to understand the location of the objects, the concepts of distance, speed and placement (left, right, front, back, top, bottom, top, bottom, etc.).
The smart helmet is a prototype that needs to be improved and put to various tests in terms of its structure, operation, electronics and usability. It is necessary to confirm if it can actually be a valuable tool to develop spatial location ability in children between 3 to 5 years of age.
- Create your own integrated design.
- Demonstrate 2D & 3D modelling capabilities applied to your own designs.
- Select and apply appropriate additive and subtractive techniques.
- Demonstrate competence in design, fabrication and programming of your own fabbed microcontroller PCB, including an input & output device
Victor Vilca Borchani has made this project