In 2014 we launched the Inclusive Technology Prize to inspire people to improve or develop assistive living aids, adaptations, products and systems that will make a real difference to the lives of disabled people.
The challenge prize received over 200 applications, which were eventually whittled down to 10 finalists, ranging from affordable 3D printed bionic hands to an open source communication aid. The finalists each received up to £10,000 to improve and refine their products.
The finalists will be showcasing their tech at a celebration event at Nesta on 17 March, but in the meantime you can find out more about each of the 10 finalists, and the fantastic products they’re developing, in the gallery on the Nesta website of by clicking on the individual projects below.
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