Published On: June 30, 2017Categories: AT maker movement, Uncategorized

Hacking Assistive Technology for Lilly

Share this post

YouTube player screen shot shows young girl wearing AT Hack 2017 t-shirt, standing with walker device, surrounded by smiling college students. Caption says "she could move around." Video title is Hacking Assistive Technology for Lilly.

More AT Maker Movement enthusiasm! MIT hosted its fourth-annual ATHack-a-thon this spring at their Beaver Works maker space facility in Cambridge Massachusetts. The event gives MIT students one day to create a prototype solution for Greater Boston clients with disabilities. Below is a video about a mobility solution created this year for a child, Lilly, and the impact the experience had on both Lilly and the makers. Read more about the 2017 ATHack-a-thon. Enjoy!

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEW-eqRvARg?ecver=1&w=710&h=400]

Monthly Blog Digest

Subscribe

Search the blog

Archives

Categories

State AT Program Blogs

State AT Program Blogs

The AT3 Center, the Association of AT Act Programs (ATAP), and the Administration on Community Living (ACL) make no endorsement, representation, or warranty expressed or implied for any product, device, or information set forth in this blog. The AT3 Center, ATAP, and ACL have not examined, reviewed, or tested any product or device hereto referred.

Video screenshot shows heal of SolePower boot and the words These shoes are powered by your steps. These Smart Boots are made for walking.Emerging Tech with AT Potential: SolePower
Webinar. Shows thought bubbles with tech icons.Free AT Webinars in July

Related Posts

If you enjoyed this post, then please explore other articles below.

Back to Blog