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NASA

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Sanyog Jain

on 26 March 2018

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Transcript of NASA

Design Thinking
NASA: BEYOND SPACE TRAVEL
Global Positioning Systems
Satellite Television
Satellite Imaging
Phone Calling
Cochlear Implants
MRI and CAT scans
Dialysis
Breast Cancer Screening
NASA developed a soft, high-energy-absorbent padding to improve crash protection in aircraft

Now “memory foam” is used in mattresses, pillows, military and civilian vehicles, sports safety equipment, amusement park rides, furniture and artificial limbs.
TEMPER FOAM
Moon-boot material has been incorporated into running shoe midsoles to improve shock absorption and provide better stability and motion control.
ATHLETIC SHOES
NASA Satelite Development: Application on Earth
Invented in 1977 by Adam Kissiah
Worked for NASA
Cochlear Implant give the deaf an experience of sound to maximum quality, allowing to listen clearly to sound
Kissia invented this with no prior medical knowledge and developed a revolutionizing technology with telemetry
History
Gives ability to allow the deaf to hear
A.K.A. Bionic Ear
Surgically implanted device
Works best with people who are
severely
deaf
Medical Advancements
MRI and CAT scans

Dialysis

Breast Cancer
Screening
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory developed digital image processing to enhance pictures of the moon translating to MRI&CAT
Developing technology that uses infrared beams to detect abnormalities
BioScan
Originally NASA used technology for filtering space fluid
Same technology applied to humans filtering blood and fluids to keep the kidney going
Design Think has made an impact all around us
Conclusion
"My whole life I've been complimented on how well I speak. I don't really have an answer for you other than I have always had a passion for reading, grammar, and English. My hearing loss was/is considered severe to profound. I've worked very hard to be able to interact and blend in."~ Sarah Churman
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