Tesla Uses Model 3 Parts to Create Ventilator, and Adobe Licencing Benefits for Students and Teachers Working from Home

Let’s keep you creating in this troubling time!


If you are a student or teacher who does not have access to Adobe products while working from home, there is a possibility that your educational institution has activated licensing for you to use the software at home. You can try entering your educational email into Adobe, and you might be redirected to log in to your school’s interface, which could grant you access until May 31. Even if you are an alumnus and still have access to your student email, it is worth checking whether you qualify for this opportunity.


Tesla, the renowned electric vehicle manufacturer, has always been at the forefront of innovation and technological advancements. This week, the company released a video that has amazed many in the tech industry. The video showcased Tesla’s latest use of Tesla Model 3 components to create a functional ventilator. This achievement is particularly noteworthy, as the world has been grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic, which has highlighted the need for more ventilators in hospitals worldwide. Tesla’s ingenuity in developing a ventilator from their existing car parts has not only demonstrated their innovative spirit but also provided hope for those who urgently require such medical equipment. By repurposing their existing technologies, Tesla has once again proven their capability to contribute to society beyond the realm of transportation.

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So, let’s keep creating, stay positive, and focus on the things that bring us happiness!

By Graydon Schwartz

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