Jenna Compano nude, the first component-less workbench created by Jenna Compondo, has just launched on the Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Medical Sciences (JNIMS) Workbench website.
The project, a joint effort between JNIMA and the Jawahar Lal Nehru Centre for the Study of Medical Education (JNSCE), aims to build a workbench with more components and with the ability to connect components via a microcontroller.
Jenna Compondo has also launched an online course on how to build the workbench.
“The aim of the workbench is to provide a working environment that is more like a medical school.
We are trying to build something that is similar to a medical library and a place where you can learn and learn together.
We hope to create a workstation that has all the components of a medical education in a single place.
We have created a working model, but it is not finished yet,” Jenna Componda, the project’s founder and principal architect, told The Hindu.JNIMES has also created a webpage to showcase the workstation.
“Jenna’s workbench is designed to allow you to work in a place of peace and comfort.
We aim to build tools that enable people to do this at home.
We want to bring the power of computer science to medical education,” Dr. J.J. Singh, Principal Engineer at JNIME, told IANS.
The workbench has four basic components: a laptop, a tablet, a keyboard and a mouse.
The workbench features a variety of components including an Arduino board, a Raspberry Pi microcomputer and a webcam.
The first iteration of the workingbench, called the “Laptop-In-Bed”, was launched on March 18, 2016.
“There are many projects that are starting to emerge that can be used in medical education, but there are also projects that do not have the technology or the materials to be able to create their own workbench,” Dr Singh said.
“With this project, we hope to bring a platform where people can start learning about technology and build their own.”
Compondos latest workbench prototype, the “In-The-Bed” project, will be launched on October 27.