Not only people like Stephen Hawkings, Kanya Sesser, Johannes Floors and Oscar Pistorius give an idea how way of thinking chances reality. Annemarie Hackel lost her forearm. She gets her self-styled adaptive protheses out of the 3d printer.
DIY technologies like 3d print or laser cutting are DIY technologies everybody can learn and use to produce useful prototypes for everyday live. But are diy-assistive technologies really useful for daily live of impaired people? What are the obstacles and the chances of this new movement? How could the future look like?
We speak with participants of running projects for the development of diy assistive technologies in discussion with specialists of professional prothesis production.
This session is part of the re:health track, which is powered by BARMER.