New 3D-printed devices can track object use without wi-fi or batteries

A team of engineers has developed 3D-printed devices that can track and store how they are used. “We’re interested in making accessible assistive technology with 3D printing, but we have no easy way to know how people are using it,” Jennifer Mankoff, one of the team’s researchers and a professor at the University of Washington’s Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering, said.

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