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Founded on Oct. 13, 1885, the Georgia School of Technology opened its doors in October 1888 to 84 students. The School’s creation signaled the beginning of the transformation of the agrarian South to an industrial economy. During its first 50 years, Tech grew from a narrowly focused trade school to a regionally recognized technological university. In 1948, the School’s name was changed to the Georgia Institute of Technology to reflect a growing focus on advanced technological and scientific research. Women students were admitted in 1952, and in 1961 Georgia Tech became the first university in the Deep South to admit African-American students without a court order. In recent years, Georgia Tech has been a national leader in managing the global transition from an industrial economy to an information economy. Throughout its long history, Georgia Tech has always focused its efforts on preparing students to use their innovative skills and strong work ethic to solve real-world problems and improve the lives of people around the globe. From the world-famous “Ramblin’ Wreck” fight song to the fun and festivities of RATS Week, the Tech campus is steeped in time-honored traditions that students embrace from generation to generation.

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Projects

Halo MIDI

Halo MIDI

Music

A MIDI controller that provides physical input for virtual instruments (alternative to knobs)

3D Printed Manual Centrifuge

3D Printed Manual Centrifuge

Health and Well-being

Improvement on current model [highly medical]

Makes Sense

Makes Sense

Health and Well-being

A cane that sees for you

Medbase

Medbase

Ventilators

Automated Ventilator transport