This project was launched in a Design for Disability course that encouraged teams to use 3D printing technology to bridge the gap between medical and design.
Originally, I designed a controller for a young gentleman that wanted to navigate his television independently, but struggles with limited mobility. My first draft concept was a remote you can lay your arm in like an armrest and navigate the television using micro-movements. I presented the concept to Vice President of Accessibility for Comcast, Tom Wlodkowski, at the Comcast Accessibility lab.
The following digital booklet shows pieces of my process throughout this project -- starting on my own and continuing with a team.