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Cross section of the LipSync showing the internals, include the circuit boardCross section of the LipSync showing the internals, include the circuit board


  • Bluetooth option coming
  • no iOS support yet - requires a driver

Hardware parts

  • controlled by analog joystick
  • adjustable sensitivity using buttons on back
  • mouthpiece w filter attached to pressure sensor
  • puff - click
  • double-puff - double click
  • puff and hold - drag
  • sip - right-click
  • can be customized

If you have a BT device on LipSync - it makes logistics harder as batteries can only be shipped via ground.

Casing is made with ABS 3d printing

Screw mount for mounting.

  • affordability and durability is important.

built by volunteers normally.


  • can we have an event to make these?


  • takes about 3 hours to build for people who have never done it.

Mounting is an issue:

  • very difficult to mount on a wheelchair as there is limited space for such devices (may already have phone etc.)

Bluetooth: getting the right adapter is tricky - needs to work with broad devices.

Government funding

  • ADP - 75% funded, 100% if on social support.
  • There are some requirements
    • equipment evaluation process - submitted to gov., clinicians evaluate
    • usually DIY solutions are not included in ADP funded list.

Striking a balance between a medical assistive device and the maker enthusiasm

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