Rania Zarandah an electrical engineer graduated from Qatar University in 2017, and currently working as Fabrication engineer in QBIC Fablab. Passionate about 3D design, medical technology, and machine learning algorithms. IEEE graduate member and have a publication in ECG analysis using artificial neural network and machine learning algorithms
QBIC Fab Lab is a member in the Fab foundation, and it is based in an entrepreneurs incubation center. The main goal of QBIC Fab Lab is to help entrepreneurs in prototyping their products, and help them through product validation process.
A 3D scanning set for handheld 3D scanner. An arm will be attached to a circular field to control the rotation of the 3D scanner around an object automatically using a remote control. The objective of this project is to help patients with limb loss to scan their limbs and fabricate for them an artifical limb that has similar characteristics to their old limb. The objective of this project is:
I am aiming to make the 3D scanning set more portable, to be able to move it wherever you want
The set-up is going to be used capture arm scans of the syrian refugees in Jordan and Turkey
The captured scans are going to be used in producing artificial limbs for these refuges
The main objective is to make the 3D scanning set, cheap and effective compared to the in market products
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