Carlos Osuna, an inventor and technology innovator, has announced an exciting new crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter to support his latest innovation, Math Gloves. Powerful new hardware, Math Gloves help people with disabilities learn math through vibrations and frequencies in an integrated educational setting.
Inspired by work with deaf-blind children in Guatemala, Osuna set out to create an empowering educational tool that makes learning easier for those that cannot see or hear. A group of students often left with only their hands, difficulties developing verbal and mathematical reasoning skills quickly abound. Math Gloves, which teach mathematics through vibrations and frequencies, present a unique and viable solution to this problem. Early prototypes and processes have proven suitable and effective for people, including children and adults, with disabilities in individual and classroom-based settings.
Achieving software and hardware integration in early January 2020, teachers and students are finding the learning process to be faster and easier than ever before, increasing engagement and interaction. Students with Math Gloves no longer require one-to-one instruction, which helps restore the traditional classroom environment by making large-group classes easier to conduct. Teachers can teach students simultaneously and control the gloves by sending operations and numbers directly to a student’s hand. Teaching mathematics wirelessly and in real-time, the possibilities for learning are endless.
Technology will play an important role in reshaping education for the death-blind. Math Gloves are an educational experience like no other that harnesses the power of sensations and feelings in exciting new ways. For a limited time, support Math Gloves on Kickstarter here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1078843606/math-gloves
Funds raised from this crowdfunding campaign will be used to support the production of Math Gloves ahead of their prototype release in June 2021. Starting today, pledge $10 to get exclusive behind the scenes looks at Math Gloves, $100 or more for exclusive 3D prints, or $250 or more for a personalized 3D mailbox in the shape of a truck. Some supplies may be limited, so act fast. Visit the Kickstarter campaign page today for more information.
Math Gloves are powerful hardware that helps people with disabilities learn math through vibrations and frequencies. Developed by Carlos Osuna, an inventor and technology innovator from Rome, GA, Math Gloves represent the latest in innovation and deliver a powerful social benefit to education and the environment.
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