December 5, 2015
Toronto Public Library and Enabling The Future hosted Canada's first hand-a-thon at Toronto Reference Library, helping students assemble 3D printed prosthetic hands.
I made the prosthetic parts ahead of time at Objex Unlimted, and spoke at the event.
Students build prosthetics hands with help of 3D printer (The Star)
Toronto Students Offer a Hand With the Help of 3D Printing (NOW Magazine)
Kids Make Prosthetics for Other Kids at First Enabling Handathon in Canada (TPL)
Toronto students lend a hand at the public library’s first "hand-a-thon" (Yonge Street)
Photo 1 by J.P. Moczulsk/The Star, Video by NOW Magazine