Ran's Leg Support
Ran's Leg Support is an electronic support system designed to alert a user when he has too much pressure on his leg, saving him from severe pain and further injury. It is designed to hlep users to feel whether or not they should adjust their leg brace. It is a leg sensor and phone app to alert.
The Shuval’s Tray is a 3D printed add-on wheelchair tray designed for manual wheelchairs users to carry their lunch tray.
Tamar’s Ponytail Holder
Tamar's Ponytail Holder is a one-handed ponytail holder designed for a user to put her hair up in a ponytail easily with one hand.
Uyen's Chair is a wheelchair specifically designed for Uyen to meet the wishes of her family. Uyen’s family wishes there was a chair that would be suitable to support her spine, adjust its size (height, width) for her growth, be flexible for different usage, and be made from a material that would provide good air circulation for extended sitting. This wheelchair does that.
Sensory Eye Fix
Sensory Eye Fix is a safe and stable platform designd for children with communication disabilities to keep their eye gaze Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) devices at eye level.
Chair Call is an app designed for wheelchair users to call a wheelchair to ones' bedside or back out of the way - clearing space for visitors.
Water Simon Says
Water Simon Says is a water based rehabilitation game designed for children with visual impairment and disabilities to challenge them to swim around to different points and turn off the lights (similar to the game Simon Says).
Coffee Break is a unique coffee maker designed for individuals with hand tremors to make a cup of coffee the way they like. The TOM team designed a conveyor belt coffee maker that makes the coffee the way the user likes.
Tube Opener is a special paint tube opener and closer designed for individuals with poor fine motor skills to open and seal their paint so it will not dry out.
Winter Chanllenge 1
Winter Challenge 1 is a hatchback canopy umbrella designed for wheelchair users to raise or lower with the press of a button.
Winter Challenge 2
Winter Challenge 2 are wheelchair wheel cleaners designed for people with lower extremity disabilities who are wheelchair users to clean their wheelchairs when they get muddy.
Back to Biking
Back to Biking is adaptive biking designed for people with below the knee amputations to ride a bike.
One Hand Sony
The One Hand Sony is a device to hold the playstation hand control and play with one hand. The team designed a leg anchor to hold the hand control and adapted the control so the individual can reach all functionality with one hand.
Toilet Seat Assistance
Toilet Seat Assistance is a foldable, lightweight portable toilet seat that can be taken anywhere designed for children with disabilities to have them use the bathroom independently.
Plane Seat Assistance
Plane Seat Assistance is an in-flight supportive vest, neck brace, and leg support designed for children with cerebral palsy to fly comfortably.
Wise Control is an adapted AAC device designed for people with poor upper body strength and cortical blindness or cerebral palsy to communicate effectively with their communication device.
Haifa 3D are 3D printed prosthetic arms designed for people with upper extremity amputation to wear.
Removable Mobile Arm
Removable Mobile Arm is an adapted iPad communication device holder designed for people with communication disabilities to use. It was adapted for an iPad that was difficult for people with Cerebral Palsy to hold and use as a communication device. It was designed with an extended arm so the caregivers can easily attach the extended arm and the user can have control of bringing the iPad closer with the click of their head on mouse keys. The team also designed a rotator to allows users to easily t
New Technology Crutches
New Technology Crutches are supports designed for My and for others with upper and lower extremity disabilities to help them walk. It is similar to crutches or a walker and can rest under the user's forearm.
Fiberglass Splints and Electric Joints
The Fiberglass Splints and Electric Joints are designed for those individuals to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis to help them walk. They were developed for seventeen-year-old An.
The Exoskeleton Glove is a hand support designed for Hoai and those individuals with upper extremity disabilities to allow them control and move their hands, each finger individually. Comes with metal fingers.
The Hat Sensors are sensors designed for seventeen-year-old Nhi and those individuals who are visually impaired to sense objects above their waist. Can be attached to a hat or to clothes.
Severe Cerebral Palsy Wheelchair
The Severe Cerebral Palsy Wheelchair is designed for Uyen and children with severe physical disabilities to serve as an ergonomic chair that can grow as the child grows. Helps with blood circulation.
The Communication Application is designed for Phuong and other individuals with speech disabilities to communicate their desires, wants and needs to others.
The Elevator Button is a custom adaptation to an elevator (without violating its warranty) designed for those individuals with muscular dystrophy to voice activate elevator buttons. This product was invented at a Tikkun Olam Makers makeathon in the District of Columbia. Makers designed shelves that can go up and down, and then slide out for John to reach his games or treats and also created a voice-activated system to activate the elevator without violating the elevator warranty.
Active Shelves is a product designed for those individuals confined to a wheelchair with muscular dystrophy to reach their laptop keyboard. The makers are still advancing the design to make it voice activated. It was developed at the Tikkun Olam Makers makeathon in the District of Columbia.
Coffee Break is a custom adaptation to a coffee maker designed for those individuals with hand tremors to pour a cup of coffee. The team designed a conveyor belt coffee maker that makes the coffee the way the user likes it.
One Hand Sony
The One Hand Sony is a device designed for those individuals with one hand to hold their gaming remote with one hand. The One Hand Sony is a device to hold the Playstation hand control and play with one hand. The team designed a leg anchor to hold the hand control and adapted the control so the individual can reach all functionality with one hand.
The Myo Armband is wearable technology designed for those individuals with upper extremity amputation to control computer devices by by reading the electricity produced by their skeletal muscles and then sending these signals wirelessly via Bluetooth to the device.
The Dance Assist is a prototype designed for those individuals with balance disabilities to help them dance again without falling. It was developed at a Tikkun Olam Makers' make-a-thon. It was made using 3D printing and other design and fabrication processes, by designers, programmers, engineers, physiotherapists, medical doctors and psychologists. It was created for Zarita, a disabled veteran. She becomes dizzy and can no longer dance for fear of falling and injuring herself. She needed a stabi
Tennis Wheelchair is a custom adaptation to a wheelchair customized for Noam to play tennis with better balance. Tikkun Olam Makers' Team Noam successfully built a solution to customize Noam’s wheelchair to better balance it for tennis play. It was accomplished by designing a removable counterweight that attaches to the chair when needed. The design mimics the weight distribution of a leg and attaches to the chair adjacent to Noam’s left leg. The solution was built by a 3D scan of Noam’s sitting
Adapted Baseball Glove
The Adapted Baseball Glove is a Tikkun Olam Makers prototype designed for those individuals with agenesis (or people with two fingers on their left hand and three fingers on their right) to catch baseballs. It was designed for 6-year-old Zayne at TOM: Northwestern. The team realized that Zayne could fit his right hand into the thumb of a left-handed glove - and the team is adapting the glove to be more comfortable for him and widening the “net” so he has more space to catch the ball.
Wheeled Mobility is a custom prototype designed for children with Quadriplegia Cerebral Palsy to move around on their own. The team explored many crawling and walking design ideas - but after discussing with both Han’s parents and physical therapist, they realized that mobility was the key and they needed to make a motorized chair for him. The chair has interchangeable parts, velcroed down, depending on Han’s abilities and his size - with options for him to sit in a tumble form chair or on his p
The Grabber is a custom prototype grabber designed for those individuals with spinal cord injuries to pick items up that they dropped, such as a phone or television remote control. It could take Chris up to 20 minutes with a DIY hanger hook. With this prototype, it is initiated by wrist extension (flicking the wrist). In addition to grabbing, the grabber is outfitted with magnets and a hook for added functionality and to grab other items that fall. It was invented at a Tikkun Olam Makers make-a-
Custom Adaptation Camera
This Camera is a custom adaptation designed for those individuals with quadriplegics to film productions independently. It was designed for Bob Ness, a video producer for 20-plus years, and this adaption allows him to use a physical camera. The team used existing products and components and adapted a camera tripod mounted to a lamp to counterbalance the weight of the camera - that allows him to position his camera anywhere in space. He can now lift up-down, side-to-side, tilt and change the angl