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Teen designs computer for patients at hospital to use

A 15-year-old built a computer that is easier to for patients at the Shriners Hospital to use.

Christopher Konstad, a Jesuit High School student, designed “The Physics Box”, a touch screen computer, for patients with limited use of their hands and fingers.

“The touch-screen makes it easier for them to use the computer. They can also use the stylus,” said Konstad.