However, this initiative has turned out to be a complete success, managing to meet each of the objectives that Pablo and Antonio had set themselves. "For me, the most gratifying moment was when a person contacted us on Twitter to tell us: I've never welded, but I'm going to try to make my own meter ", Pablo proudly recalls. Within weeks, he began to upload photos of the meters that he had been building for his family, friends and his daughters' school. This beautiful initiative teaches us an important lesson.
Which perhaps we had forgotten, about the importance of collaboration. When people come together and work together they can do amazing things . Anaire is not just a CO 2 meter that helps us mobile number list protect ourselves from COVID-19, it is also a way of saying "if you want, you can". Thanks to the example and help of Antonio and Pablo, everyone is able to create our own device and launch ourselves fully into open technologies and, therefore, collaboration. Any advice from Anaire's team for people who are going to embark on the adventure of undertaking.
Not over planning and relying on collaborative content. " You shouldn't focus on getting something perfect, but on continuously getting incremental improvements ," says Pablo. It remains to be seen how this combination of visual and auditory stimuli works. But what has been proven is the effect of music therapy in certain patients. From the Spanish Federation of Music Therapy Associations (FEAMT) they give a first approximation: “Music, in general, will have effects that will depend on the meaning that music has had for this person in their life.