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The MakeToCare contest has attracted many ideas, solutions and projects aimed at improving the life of those affected by a disability of any kind. We created a “wall of fame” with all the finalists and winners.

Winners

 
Tourist Eyes
Travel safely thanks to an App
Winners of the 2019 edition
 
LETIsmart LUCE e VOCE
Orient yourself and move around the city in complete safety/div>
Winners of the 2019 edition
 
DEEBEE.IT YAGI
Device for monitoring blood glucose levels in children
2018 edition winners
 
TECHNO-B BRACE
Innovative solution for the treatment of dorsopathies
2018 edition winners
 
Optical Wheelchair
Wheelchair with eye movement control
 
2017 edition winners
 
Orion
Robotic exoskeleton controlled by muscle impulses
 
2017 edition winners
 
Click4all
Kit for inventing and building IT aids or educational activities for disabled people using fabrics, fruit or any conductive material.
 
2016 edition winners
 
dbGLOVE
Wearable device that allows blind and deaf-blind people to use all the features of a mobile device, to communicate with others and with the world
 
Vincitori edizione 2016

Finalists

 
ABBI-K
Kit for the rehabilitation and evaluation of motor and spatial skills in children with visual impairments
 
 
Adam’s Hand
Customizable myoelectric prosthesis of the hand.
 
DIKE
Controller for blind people
 
 
Disability Mouse
Mouse made with 3D printer and Arduino, functioning through the movement of the mouth and the use of breath.
 
EasyEM
The sweatshirt you close with one hand
 
Glassense
Wearable assistive device: smart glasses designed to increase the spatial discrimination capabilities of sounds in people with hearing loss.
 
Hubotics, Robotics for Human Beings
Wearable exoskeleton for upper limbs, designed for users with motor disabilities, entirely made with 3D printed components and open-source hardware.
 
IntendiMe
Solution to increase the safety and autonomy of people with hearing impairment.
 
Io Kitchen
Kitchen capable of varying its working heights to facilitate access for people temporarily or permanently disabled.
 
Katelab
From chaos to opportunity: integrated design tables for rehabilitating spaces
 
Maestro
A lens to touch reality
 
Molbed
Modular, inexpensive, maker-friendly Braille display, from which you can create an entire tablet for the blind.
 
Mosaic
Technology and training for the inclusion of children with autism in school
 
Open Rampette
Service for improving the accessibility of commercial establishmentss
 
PALPREAST
Open source wearable device for self-examination
 
QUIETUDE
Interactive jewelry for deaf women
 
PD-Watch
Wearable medical device for patients with Parkinson's disease.
 
ReHub
Instrument for proprioceptive physiotherapy rehabilitation
 
SAFE@HOME
Living possible, independently
 
Sala da thè inclusiva
An inclusive table service that uses the 5 senses and puts the person at the center
 
Sensewear
Sensory clothes collection for the therapeutic treatment of autistic people.
 
Simpaty-hand App
Assistive musical instrument made with smartphone.
 
SMART EYES
Smartphone app that allows you to control your home through the movement of the user's eyes
 
SoundSight Training
Virtual gym to learn how to use hearing to replace sight.
 
Talking Hands
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TASKABILE
Free app for smartphones and tablets for people with intellectual and relational disabilities
 
TooWheels Opensource Wheelchair
Wheelchair for disabled people completely self-produced with normal DIY or digital fabrication techniques.
 
Waybration
Navigation support system for blind athletes.
 
UNICO
Objects that do not exist co-designed by makers, therapists, children with disabilities and their families.