Open technology. Faster progress.
How do you build a global community of volunteers to design open source 3-D-printed prosthetics and give them away for free?
From the film
Jon Schull, a researcher at Rochester Institute of Technology's Center for MAGIC (Media, Arts, Games, Interaction, and Creativity), started the e-NABLE foundation in 2013. It has since grown to more than 2,000 volunteers and provided prosthetics to more than 100 people around the globe.
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