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Reclaiming Accessibility To Lower-limb Prosthetics

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Shortlist / Impact / Product / Health and Wellness / 2019

This project was a result of a final year academic thesis, aimed at solving the accessibility problem of lower-limb prosthetics in rural communities. Of the 40-million amputees estimated to be living in developing countries, currently 95% of them are currently without access to prosthetic services and devices (Greenberg, Mehta & Ritter, 2015).

The solution is a versatile D.I.Y prosthetic made of accessible materials. The design proposes three different iterations of a D.I.Y prosthetic with an accompanying D.I.Y design manual.

  • Reclaiming Accessibility To Lower-limb Prosthetics
  • Reclaiming Accessibility To Lower-limb Prosthetics
  • Reclaiming Accessibility To Lower-limb Prosthetics
  • Reclaiming Accessibility To Lower-limb Prosthetics
  • Reclaiming Accessibility To Lower-limb Prosthetics
  • Reclaiming Accessibility To Lower-limb Prosthetics
  • Reclaiming Accessibility To Lower-limb Prosthetics
  • Reclaiming Accessibility To Lower-limb Prosthetics
  • Reclaiming Accessibility To Lower-limb Prosthetics
  • Reclaiming Accessibility To Lower-limb Prosthetics

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