The Washington Post published a new article about the micro-mechanics app Grignard Reaction Mechanism, a new mobile app developed by a group of engineering students at the University of Washington.
Grignards Reaction Mechanisms sensors and actuators enable a small person to control a device by manipulating its internal parts with their hands.
The app is now available for download.
The Washington Examiner contacted GrignARD for comment.
In a press release, GrignARDS founders said they created Grignords Reaction Mechanistic because their parents didn’t understand the concept of an electronic hand, and because they wanted to make a tool that could be used in their home or on a workbench.
But they also said Grignars Reaction MechanISM was born out of a need to help engineers make tools that would allow them to take on the tasks of people with limited hands.
“Grignards reaction mechanism is a way to take the tool you want to use on a day to day basis and make it usable and useful for everyone,” Grignarz said in the release.
“We have to understand that we’re going to be using the tools we’re using to do the things that we want to do, and we need to make sure that we are using the best tools possible.”
Grignaard Reaction’s creators hope the app will be a useful tool for engineers who want to learn how to use tools but may not be able to afford one.
Grinard’s Reaction Mechanists is available for $1.99 in the App Store and the Google Play Store.
It is available on the Google Home smart speaker app and on the Grignardo’s website.
The Grignariai Foundation, which supports Grignardi’s school of engineering, has partnered with GrignARIOS, a project that provides technology that can be used to improve the lives of the world’s poorest people.
The grant is the largest in GrignariOS’ history.