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Technology Tuesday April 4, 2017

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Technology Tuesday April 4, 2017 Wed, 05 Apr 2017 03:12:15 +0000 Technology Tuesday April 4, 2017 Technology Tuesday April 4, 2017 KAMC to something that could be life changing a teenager. the progressive education program found a device to help make life easier. as 'john le' explains, a new piece of technology's already paid off big. 13:56 (kids walking into cafteria) it may be lunch time at tc roberson. but for cody henry... 19:55 "it awesome." it's more like show and tell. 17:52 (girl asking cody) "cody, are you excited for all this? yeah." it's blue and yellow and mirrors the school colors. he's student in the progressive education program. 22:41 (cody) "i love it! (you love it?)" 22:55 (wide) "i always wanted to use this hand." he was born with a left hand that never fully developed. 29:57 (two shot) "he has the most wonderful attitude and he's just a special guy." teacher teresa hudson rallied support to help give cody a hand. 49:17 (printer sound) ]] c2.5 g 0 [[ 26-30 29:00 (teresa) "and we had just been given a 3d printer from our county, and we thought how cool it would be to print cody a hand so we got a lot of people involved in helping us do that. " 30:14 (tight) "i like it!" they found a web site called enabling the future, which provides kits for such devices. it took 14 hours to print something of a miracle. technology assistant joe cummings says the cost of the kit and materials was less than fifty bucks. c2.5 g 0 [[ 104-109 44:00 "so if you think about it as a hot glue gun on steroids or something. it puts down a small layer at a time." (video with melinda) occupational therapist melinda beaver helps him adjust to it. 39:10 (tight on melinda) "i feel like he has transitioned extremely well, after so many years of not using this arm in a functional way." after weeks of using it at school, cody finally gets to... 33:38 "take it home!" proof that in right hands, technology produces compassion in 3-d. lauren are you ready for another i-mac? apple is planning to release a new i-mac this year, according to apple insider. executives with the software giant were vague about the new i- mac during a media meeting. meanwhile, apple says its "completely re-thinking" its ma pro. those, however, won't be available until next year. lauren it's been several years in the making and hard to miss - the soon- to-be-opened headquarters for apple. is ready for the big open - except maybe for one concern. devin fehely (feel-ee) has more. nats isaiah alejandro, cupertino resident: "just the design of the building, it definitely catches your attention." nats designed to be as eye-catching as its products are cutting edge - apple''s iconic new campus should be ready for employees to move in later this month. ruth penafiel, cupertino resident: "it's such a simple's a circle. but it's so powerful to see it in that way." nats a perfect circle... an entire mile around... apple broke ground on its new headquarters in 20-13. since then... it's come to be known affectionately as "the spaceship." nats ...but it may not be ready to blast off just yet. sky drone 5 captured these images of construction workers on the rooftop of the new facility just this afternoon. and if there's any lingering concern tempering enthusiasm for the opening of the building, it's terrestrial in nature - fears about what the 12-thousand people who will work here... will ultimately mean for traffic on surrounding streets. isaiah alejandro, cupertino resident: "overall, i truly believe it's going to make a positive impact. in regards to the traffic, that's inevitable. 12-thousand people." the new headquarters covers 175 acres, and will be powered by 100-percent renewable energy. lauren devin fehely

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