Since my Pitch, I’ve worked further on the T-Palm within my university course. The T-Palm went through 3 versions recently, largely due to the feedback discussed in my video.
The T-Palm is a future technology which will have perpetual effects starting short-term. The T-Palms utility is limitless but regarding the future it is essentially for people in low to medium danger. This being regularly or from societies evolution, a workplace with knives or a world in ruins. All feedback has been positive, encouraging me to improve the design and led to research of similar technology. This helps me compile a better patent for a high-quality product.
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