PHS Prototyping Crew Takes First Place in the Governor's STEM Prototyping Challenge!
Pennsbury's team was victorious over Neshaminy and Bensalem on Friday, February 10th with a prototype designed to assist students back into the classroom following concussion injuries. The device has six interchangeable therapeutic lenses that block various wavelengths of light and utilizes passive sound cancellation to help protect from loud noises. The prototype was 3D printed and designed in the Applied Engineering & Technology Education Department with the help of faculty advisor, Jessica Perfetto. The team now moves on to the State level competition in May!
Photo: (l-r) Alyson Farkas, John Goulazian, John Deiss, Joseph Natale, and Zarif Morshed.