The Mind Art Project combines art and science to help raise awareness and support for the handicapped population
An award-winning design by I-Ting Chan and Ting-Yin Yeh is elegant yet highly functional.
This touching campaign led a group of physically disabled people to see themselves differently, with the hope that others will too.
A new wheel placement system allows easy interchangeability between daily use and athletic function.
An automated feeding tool that lets users select the food they want to eat simply by looking at it.
Graduating amongst a crowd of his peers, 22-year-old Austin Whitney was told he would be unable to regain the use of his legs following a drunk driving-related road accident in 2007.