December 25, 2013 AT 5:00 am

Electronic Mod of Gyrobot’s Seesaw Maths from Thingiverse #WearableWednesday

@everyoneminus1 tweets: “We mod-ed @gyrobotuk @thingiverse @makerbot Math Manipulative. Added lights and conduct fabric from @adafruit” (video)

TVO’s IdeaShaker Innovation Lab took Gyrobot’s Seesaw Maths and tweaked it a bit. We added a battery, an LED, some conductive fabric. When the answer is wrong(scale unbalanced), the red light turns on, when the answer is correct(scale balanced) the light turns off.

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