Low-Cost Oscilloscope- Using layers from the Tower kit, a functional 100 MHz oscilloscope can be assembled for a fraction of the cost of purchasing one. With this system, high-end equipment can be brought down to a price point where every student can have one on their desks, and they can be used to even debug and build other Towers.

Personal Computer - A small personal computer, complete with display, keyboard, mouse and hard drive can be assembled and programmed, and can then be used for a variety of applications, including programming other Towers.

Health Monitoring Kit- Using a CCD camera, sensors, and appropriate data storage capabilities, health data can be collected from rural communities and stored in databases to aid in diagnoses and observation.


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