A recently unveiled passion project from Jon Schull is adding untold value to e-nable.org and serves as a visual representation of the rich history and inter-connectedness of the e-NABLE network. Schull’s project is a collection Read more…
e-NABLE.org is a hub for the global e-NABLE movement
Volunteers using 3D printers to make radically inexpensive prosthetics for under-served populations around the world.
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e-NABLE.org is also a research platform for collecting data and creating technologies to assess, improve, and generalize the e-NABLE movement. We call these TEEEM Technologies: “Tools for Enabling Effective and Enlightened Mobs.”
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In 2013, Jon Schull founded e-NABLE, established the MAGIC ACT/e-NABLE lab at RIT, and recruited Skip Meetze as full time volunteer extroardinaire. In 2014, Schull co-founded the 501(c)3 Enable Community Foundation (ECF), which subsequently diverged from e-NABLE’s more communitarian non-centralized style. In 2016 , Schull resigned from ECF and retired from RIT. He and and Meetze immediately founded the Rochester Enable Lab at Vertus High School (and Re-NABLE.org). As we see it, Re-NABLE.org and e-NABLE.org are part of an emerging “Connected Humanitarians” movement: volunteers using open source methodologies and emerging technologies to develop solutions for under-served populations worldwide. We are developing Re-NABLE.org, e-NABLE.org and ConnectedHumanitarians.org to illuminate that path, and to help lead the way. For more history, see “e-NABLE at 4 and 10,000: Now what do we do?” (August 1, 2017). Join us!
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