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Podium: Peer-Inventing Assistive Technologies

Panel discussion and open brainstorming session

Currently different projects worldwide aim to support collaborative development, fabrication, and distribution, of assistive technologies (AT). Putting the potentials of maker culture to use in the process of peer-inventing individualized health care solutions looks promising, but distributed invention and development needs skills, roles, and organization. How do we actually make it work?