Mick Ebeling is the founder of Not Impossible Labs, which is known for the Eyewriter (interview here:http://youtu.be/irwntqQavaY) and now, Project Daniel. Not Impossible Labs uses technology and crowd-sourcing to create viable real-world medical solutions for people who might not otherwise be able to have them.
Daniel lost both of his arms due to the violence of war in South Sudan before he was 14. He considered his life not worth living. Now, he has two 3D-printed prosthetic arms and is able to feed himself again! Now, a 3D-printed prosthetic lab was successfully set up in Sudan, with a trained staff to help others like Daniel. Mick Ebeling tells Ana Kasparian the full story and more in this fascinating interview.
Project Daniel and Eyewriter are two monumental projects that have helped many, but that's not all for Not Impossible. Check outhttp://www.notimpossiblenow.com/ for more projects, and to see how you can help.
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