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Pallette

The World's First Open Source Tongue Computer Interface.
Empowerment for the Mobility Impaired.
Telekinesis with Your Tongue.

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Pallette, we believe, is the world's first open source tongue computer interface.
It is fully open source in hardware and software, with a guide for creating and using it at www.pallette.io.

Hidden from view, Pallette enables the mobility impaired to control technology using the tongue. Pallette uses infrared sensors to track tongue motion and a microphone to detect tongue taps.
It currently enables individuals to control computers, Android tablets, and Android phones as a bluetooth mouse. We also created an Android app which enables control of Sphero, using the phone as a hub. With community support, we hope Pallette will enable private interaction with the world as a means for empowering the mobility impaired.

And for the adventurous, telekinesis with the tongue.

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Pallette is a smart mouthguard that wirelessly controls a computer or a mobile device by tracking tongue movement.

It provides greater independence for the mobility impaired, and it is private, discreet, and affordable.

It is open sourced, all the design source files and instructions are available online. Moreover, it uses off-the-shelf components, so any developer/builder/hacker can follow the instructions and build Pallette.

We hope to establish a community around tongue-control technology, so the people in need can actually have access and benefit from it. Winning this competition will help us publicize this project, and hopefully achieve a minimum critical mass for this community!

www.pallette.io

Using Pallette

Temporary website

http://website.palette.io.s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com

PDF of complete instructions

http://website.palette.io.s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com/PalletteInstructions.pdf

Github repo of hardware design files

https://github.com/joanaz/Pallette-Hardware

Github repo of debugging firmware

https://github.com/DVLevine/Pallette-DEBUG

Github repo of mouse controller firmware

https://github.com/DVLevine/PalletteBG

Github repo of Android debugging app

https://github.com/rohit-jain/pallette-app

Github repo of Pallette website

https://github.com/joanaz/Pallette-Website

PalletteInstructions.pdf

Printer friendly version of Pallette Instructions

Adobe Portable Document Format - 42.45 MB - 10/10/2016 at 04:37

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Pallette_Rev1_Fabrication.zip

Pallette Hardware Fabrication and Assembly

Zip Archive - 7.87 MB - 09/30/2016 at 22:04

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pallette-app-master.zip

Pallette Android App

Zip Archive - 4.26 MB - 09/30/2016 at 22:03

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PalletteBG-master.zip

Pallette Controller Firmware

Zip Archive - 135.09 kB - 09/30/2016 at 22:03

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Pallette-DEBUG-master.zip

Pallette Debug Firmware

Zip Archive - 4.93 kB - 09/30/2016 at 22:02

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  • 1 × RETAINER COIN CELL 7.9MM SMD Digi-Key Part Number: 36-2988-ND
  • 1 × CAP TANT POLY 100UF 8V 1411 P16641CT-ND
  • 1 × CAP CER 10UF ±20% 10V X5R 0603 490-12734-1-ND
  • 4 × CAP CER 22UF 6.3V X5R 0603 490-7611-1-ND
  • 7 × CAP CER 0.1UF 10V X5R 0402 490-1318-1-ND

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David J. Sandoval wrote 10/18/2016 at 09:57 point

I am really impressed! I like much the idea to solve the problem and look like to myself an accomplishment of same brilliantly(genially). Congratulation.

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Dan Levine wrote 10/19/2016 at 03:18 point

Thanks David!

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Steven Gann wrote 10/03/2016 at 14:24 point

Very impressive build! Any concerns about the lithium battery? I'd be nervous putting a mylar bag of explosive chemicals in my mouth.

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Dan Levine wrote 10/03/2016 at 14:41 point

Thanks! We don't use lithium for that reason. The batteries are silver oxide.

All of the mouth contact materials are biocompatible as well. Really tried to make this safe

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Steven Gann wrote 10/03/2016 at 15:13 point

Silver oxide? That's a new one on me. Very cool!

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