Elliot Kotek¬†of Not Impossible Labs gave a moving talk at this year’s V2V conference. In “3D Printing for Humanity’s Sake-Project Daniel 2.0″ he recounted the stories of an ALS patient who yearned to get back to graffiti art, and of Daniel, a double-amputee in the Sudan who didn’t want to be a burden on his family. In the case of Daniel, 3D printing not only brought him new prosthetic arms, but was a skill taught to his entire community so they could use it to take care of future needs. My sketchnotes follow.

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  1. You’re amazing! Just stumbled across this and it made my day. Thank you! (I’ll share these on our site and link back to you, of course) – our community will love seeing these.

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