Make Prosthetic Hands: Where the Open Web Touches and Heals the World

Date & Time

Oct 28th at 11:00 AM until 12:30 PM

Track

Digital Inclusion 

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Come assemble 3D printed, open source prosthetic hands which will be given to children around the world for free. During the assembly, presenters will share stories, videos, and music from the e-NABLE Community. Models of the hands on the tables will be tested by participants acting as citizen scientists generating open data. Devices will be collected at the end of the workshop and gifted to children born with upper limb differences. Devices can be assembled by people ages 7-107.

This is a Shed session.

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