Here’s an opportunity to catch all four episodes of the #maketheworld: Prosthetics series all together!
October 4th: Ivan Owen co-designer of the first Robohand, Molly Stapelman of The Lucky Fin Project, Michael Curry from MakerBot
October 11th: MakerBot CEO Bre Pettis, Sam Bhattacharyya from Prosthetics for Prosperity, Jon Schull from e-NABLE
October 18th: Joel Gibbard from Open Hand Project, Alton Harding from Hands for Africa
October 25th: Easton LaChappelle, Gael Lagnevin, Matt Stultz & 3DP PVD, Jon Schull & Jorge Zuniga from e-NABLE, Michael Curry
Just because the Hangout series has wrapped up, doesn’t mean that these great community projects are at the end.
Make The World: Prosthetics was a one month program on Google+ aimed at crowdsourcing the manufacturing and delivery of DIY open prosthetics to people in need. The program was hosted by Adafruit’s Limor Fried, Matt Griffin and Phillip Torrone. Key partners on the program included Robohand, MakerBot, The Open Hand Project, Anthromod, Prosthetics for Prosperity, eNABLE, The Lucky Fin Project and Hands for Africa.
Adafruit’s Makers, Hackers, Artists and Engineers Community under the subsection “Make The World” hosted this month long effort.
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