The team is continuing to work through the challenge of the camera angle.  RMIT’s industrial design team have taken a second pass at making a bracket that slides on with a mirror reflector.  This approach worked better than the first pass, in that it was light weight and captured the footage however the team were worried that sliding the bracket off and on over the prism lens may scratch it.  Mum’s in the trial need to be able to remove the bracket to get their wifi connections set-up at home.

Tony Kerr has joined the project team to help support solving hardware related challenges.  With a distinguished international aeronautic engineering career and an RMIT graduate he is a very wise owl welcomed by the young owls in the project team.

Small World Social Breastfeeding Support Project Leader Madeline Sands and Aeronautical Engineer and Design Consultant Tony Kerr working with Glass.