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 Image 1: Coding the motor controller to control the seconds per rotation.  Image 2: Some parts and tools used.  Image 3: Circut showing battery, custom circuit board, motor controller, and switch.  Image 4: Reinforced custom made belt to hold the hidden motor and wirings.

Image 1: Coding the motor controller to control the seconds per rotation.

Image 2: Some parts and tools used.

Image 3: Circut showing battery, custom circuit board, motor controller, and switch.

Image 4: Reinforced custom made belt to hold the hidden motor and wirings.

Design Development

Developing the accordion textile cords hooked up to spool ran by a battery operated motor. 
Fosucing on the pauses in-between rotation direction changes to avoid over-twisting of the pulling cords on the spool which can be caused by clicking the electrical button too soon after each rotation

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Mechanical joining part II | Engineering Residency
 Shot by Nicholas Quinn MUA: Tee Elliot Models: Raissa Borges and Raiane Borges from Morgan The Agency

Shot by Nicholas Quinn
MUA: Tee Elliot
Models: Raissa Borges and Raiane Borges from Morgan The Agency

 Shot by Nicholas Quinn MUA: Tee Elliot Models: Raissa Borges and Raiane Borges from Morgan The Agency

Shot by Nicholas Quinn
MUA: Tee Elliot
Models: Raissa Borges and Raiane Borges from Morgan The Agency

Science Foundation of Ireland | Engineering Residency

Shot by Nicholas Quinn
MUA: Tee Elliot
Models: Raissa Borges and Raiane Borges from Morgan The Agency

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gvhjk.jpg
gvhjkhm.jpg
fgvbhnj.jpg
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nsdfhs.jpg
htres.jpg
vgbhj.jpg
ghjbnjkl.jpg
hbjl.jpg
 Image 1: Coding the motor controller to control the seconds per rotation.  Image 2: Some parts and tools used.  Image 3: Circut showing battery, custom circuit board, motor controller, and switch.  Image 4: Reinforced custom made belt to hold the hidden motor and wirings.
Design Development
rdtfyuoip.jpg
wesrdfg.jpg
dxfghj.jpg
tfygjkh.jpg
ttuhkjuyo.jpg
thkjiou;.jpg
Mechanical joining part II | Engineering Residency
 Shot by Nicholas Quinn MUA: Tee Elliot Models: Raissa Borges and Raiane Borges from Morgan The Agency
 Shot by Nicholas Quinn MUA: Tee Elliot Models: Raissa Borges and Raiane Borges from Morgan The Agency
Science Foundation of Ireland | Engineering Residency
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Image 1: Coding the motor controller to control the seconds per rotation.

Image 2: Some parts and tools used.

Image 3: Circut showing battery, custom circuit board, motor controller, and switch.

Image 4: Reinforced custom made belt to hold the hidden motor and wirings.

Design Development

Developing the accordion textile cords hooked up to spool ran by a battery operated motor. 
Fosucing on the pauses in-between rotation direction changes to avoid over-twisting of the pulling cords on the spool which can be caused by clicking the electrical button too soon after each rotation

Mechanical joining part II | Engineering Residency

Shot by Nicholas Quinn
MUA: Tee Elliot
Models: Raissa Borges and Raiane Borges from Morgan The Agency

Shot by Nicholas Quinn
MUA: Tee Elliot
Models: Raissa Borges and Raiane Borges from Morgan The Agency

Science Foundation of Ireland | Engineering Residency

Shot by Nicholas Quinn
MUA: Tee Elliot
Models: Raissa Borges and Raiane Borges from Morgan The Agency

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