Won Microsoft's Corporate Hackathon Hack4Good Challenge out of 489 projects. Invited for team executive review with Microsoft's Brad Smith, Corporate VP and Chief Learning Officer (CLO) regarding the project.

During Microsoft's 2017 //OneWeek Hackathon, offered product design support to project during period leading up to hackathon. 3D Printed Bionic Prosthesis was designed to cost $25 offering a cost-effective, simple option that can provide gripping and release functionality. The arm was prototyped for a young boy with one arm. Product was built and tested and can provide the assistance needed to help ride a bike and hold a pencil. Project was documented with simple instructions with hope to provide step-by-step guide to build for users beyond the Microsoft community.

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