This week in tech: what can't 3d Printing do
For their latest project, e-NABLE teamed up with Fathom, a manufacturer focused on 3D printing, to create a unique specialized prosthetic for a 5-year-old girl named Isabella who was born with amniotic band syndrome."
This week in Viral Videos: Para Dressage For the Win!
"Lauren [Barwick] is...the most successful Para Dressage rider in Canadian history, a role model for other Paralympic athletes and an inspiration...but this week, Lauren’s fame got bigger. A whole lot bigger – to the tune of three and a half million views – and in the kind of split second that only happens in the world of social media."
This week in fashion: hello unwelcome irony
“'The fact that I was there to talk about disability inclusion in fashion, at a fashion event that excluded me, is laughable, but is not a joke,” Jay said in a statement. “It’s real life and it’s reality to so many disabled people every single day… Sadly, the Clothes Show has just perfectly highlighted the struggles I have had for the three years I’ve been campaigning for this.'”
this week in Crowdfunding: Extraordinary insight
"'Tin Soldiers' is a fascinating perspective film into the world of amputees, people who have spina bifida, and paralysis, all doing adaptive sports. This film is 100% independent, and the passion project of Ben Duffy and Michael J Sassano as well as executive producer Jeff Bourns.'"
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