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Saturday, October 6 • 2:15pm - 2:55pm
Making “Making” Accessible

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Dr. Hurst (@amyhurst ) will present Making “Making” Accessible, featuring her work collaborating with physical therapists to create 3D printed assistive technologies. In this talk, she will discuss their work understanding the potential and reality of using 3D printing to create DIY Assistive Technologies from both the clinician and end-user perspective. She will also discuss several of the challenges non-engineers face learning these technologies and their work together to overcome them.

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Amy Hurst

Associate Professor of Human-Centered Computing
Dr. Amy Hurst is an Associate Professor of Human-Centered Computing in the Information Systems Department whose research focuses on empowering technology, with projects investigating automatically adaptive interfaces and DIY-Assistive Technology. She is interested in working to help... Read More →

Saturday October 6, 2018 2:15pm - 2:55pm EDT
Conference Room B