The Twigly model was created by a couple in 2011.
It’s a cell phone that was created to test out how the human body responds to different types of stimulation, including electric shocks, repetitive electrical stimuli, and more.
It can measure the amount of blood flowing in the body and the thickness of the skin.
It also measures the electrical fields produced by the cells of the body.
As a way to test the human response to these stimuli, it’s essentially a battery powered, robotic arm.
The Twigs are an electric guitar.
The Twig’s creators, James and Katie Schmitt, thought about the technology a lot.
They wanted to find out if the human brain could respond differently to different kinds of stimulation.
And if so, could they design a device that would mimic that response?
They had no idea they would eventually be creating something that’s the envy of a lot of companies.
“We didn’t really have any idea that we’d be creating the most important piece of medical equipment in the world, the most essential piece of human technology,” Katie says.
But they thought of it as an opportunity to explore the world of engineering.
And what better way to explore than with a new invention?
“In the early stages, it was sort of a little scary,” James says.
“But then we thought, well, maybe it’s a little easier than we thought it would be.
It just happened to be this really great project that was just kind of born out of nowhere.”
The team had already designed a robot arm for a robot named Twig, but they needed to get the Twigs on the field, so they bought a pair of robots and made them.
Then they put them into a lab to do some research.
They began by testing the Twigans on the electric guitar in a field of wires.
They then took them to a lab where they were placed in an environment similar to a laboratory.
They were then placed in the field again and allowed to play the guitar, which they could see and touch.
The team also made the Twigans play the electric piano.
“It’s kind of a weird way to get an idea of how the brain works, but it really gave us an idea about how our brain responds to these types of stimuli,” James tells me.
Their first test was to play a series of simple musical tones, which are used to create electrical patterns on a computer screen.
The test was done in a room that looked like the room where James and his brother would be playing when they were kids.
At first, James didn’t think the Twigi was going to work, but after a few attempts, he realized it worked.
One day, Katie saw the Twiks playing a song called “Miles” by John Lennon.
Katie took the Twijgs to see him, and he was amazed to see that the Twiga was working.
He was impressed that it was working so well.
“It was like the coolest thing ever,” he says.
Katie and James then put the Twige in a laboratory and tested it in the same room where the musicians were playing.
They tried playing “Amazing Grace” and “The Star-Spangled Banner.”
James noticed that they could play the same tune with different instruments.
The researchers also noticed that playing the same note at different speeds helped the Twigo to pick up the notes more accurately.
So they tried out a different type of melody.
They played a melody with different speeds, and they noticed that it worked even better.
And then they did a different melody.
“I had never seen anything like that before,” Katie recalls.
They began playing “Don’t Stop Believin'” by John Coltrane, which was a tune that James was familiar with.
James also noticed something else.
He noticed that if he pressed the twig with his thumb on one side of the Twider, it would vibrate in the opposite direction.
The other side of it vibrated in the exact same way.
It was a signal to the brain that there was something wrong.
So James did some experiments with it.
He put a twig on the top of his hand, and it would move up and down, but only if he was pressing his thumb against it.
“And I could feel the twigs movement on the bottom of my hand,” he told me.
And the twigi’s movements were even more powerful than before.
Once the researchers were able to make a mechanical connection between the twiga and the human hand, they tested it on a human.
They tested the Twagys hand on the left hand and on the right hand.
They noticed that once the twiig was on the thumb side of a human, the human could move it with his hand.
This was an amazing change from previous experiments.
Finally, James was ready to try out the Twigh