"We’re really excited to be working with Layer and Benjamin Hubert to bring the GO wheelchair to life. It’s an excellent example of the use of 3D printing to offer mass customisation and personalisation of products. An integral part of the Materialise ethos is to develop meaningful applications of 3D printing that have a positive impact on individuals’ lives, and the GO wheelchair is one of those projects with great potential.” - Philip Hudson, managing director, Materialise
Social change, by design.
Throughout the world there are innovative people working tirelessly towards a new vision of accessibility. On this page we post projects and movements that aim to improve the rights and autonomy of people with disabilities. Though Adapt is not associated with any of these organizations, we encourage you to browse, reach out, and get involved. Our team would love for you to reach out to us if you come across a resource for consideration on this page, you can find us on your contact tab to participate.
The Adapt team will continue to post new findings as we come across them. Please use the search bar above if you wish to find a specific resource on this page, otherwise, scroll down to explore! We will also note, Adapt is not in partnership with these organizations.