Follow along this guide as we switch adapt a Zoom Tube with standard 3.5mm AT Jacks.
It is a variant of Python, and a fork of the popular MicroPython that’s been out for a few years. However, CircuitPython has a few differences that are really helpful for Assistive Technology., and we’re going to use it to amazing things!
At ATMakers, we use lots of AT Jacks. Every switch-adapted toy, every interface device, almost everything we make requires a 3.5mm jack or plug.
Because of this, we ask STEM programs and Robotics teams to make us jacks and plugs as their first soldering project, and we’re always making them here. Therefore we have lots of jacks, and we need to do lots of testing! This project makes that simple!
Continue reading Automated Testing of 3.5mm AT Jacks
In this guide, we add an AT Switch jack to a Fart Blaster so that switch users can use it.
Follow along with this guide as we switch adapt a Clubhouse Fun Minnie to work with standard 3.5mm AT Switches.
Continue reading Clubhouse Fun Minnie – Switch Adaptation
Follow along with this guide as we switch adapt a My Bubble Machine to work with standard 3.5mm AT Switches.
Follow along with this guide as we switch adapt a Minion Stuart to work with standard 3.5mm AT Switches.
In this guide, we show how to switch enable Talking 123 Cookie Monster.
These jacks are used on many toy adaptations to enable them to work with switches. We use a mono-jack configuration on stereo jacks so that we can make every switch (mono or stereo) work. This is done by shorting the the female end stereo jack ring and sleeve connectors. This post shows two female jack styles we have used on toy adaptations. Continue reading Stereo-jack with Mono Configuration
In this guide, we show how to switch enable a Talking ABC Elmo.
Continue reading Talking ABC Elmo – Switch Adaptation