Work in #iot and want to help with #covid19 while you’re working from home? We’re keeping an eye on what’s out there and posting it here and on Slack.
- Map of resources vs. need
- Map of 3D printers available
- Map of 3D printing services in the UK (our own/incomplete)
- Dyson received orders from government
- Gtech is making some in Worcester
- Call from the Royal Academy of Engineers
- Making low cost ventilators for others around the world
- Manufacturing specifications by UK government
- Opinion piece by Nick Hunn
- A call by The Restart Project to repair them. (UK)
- Some lessons from Spain to start with. (Instagram video)
- HealthOS open design (USA)
- Using one ventilator for two patients rather than one (Italy)
- Hacking a snorkeling mask using 3D printed parts (Italy)
Face shield / Protective equipment being made (UK)
- 3dCrowd project is the most advanced community project right now (video, initial starting point)
- Royal Mint making visors
- Face Shield being made at DoES Liverpool
- Face Shield made at Cambridge Makespace
- Batchshield Face Shield GoFundMe campaign
- Cisco’s batch production.
- Kitronic instructions for their batch, Nottingham
Face shield / Protective equipment being made (Elsewhere)
- Using simple materials (University of Washington, US)
- 3D printed face shields (Canada)
- 3D printed face shields (Czech Republic)
- 3D files for face shields (HP)
- 3D file on Thingiverse (Chicago)
- Using a baseball cap as a holder for a face shield
Testing the virus at scale
- Fashion companies on it. (Zara/LVMH)
- New Balance is working on this.
- Reusable/washable face masks (Japan) (Press coverage)
- Sew your own face mask (Belgian gov approved)
- 3D printing face mask (not approved)
- When you’ve only got a t-shirt left. (emergency situation)
- Contactless thermometer (not in production yet) (UK)
- Hand sanitiser bottle design competition (UK) (deadline March 29th)
- TechForce19, a call for tech ideas to combat isolation and help with remote care.
- Social distancing with lasers.