The enAball, a portable and adaptable painting device that allows wheelchair users to independently express themselves through art. was put to the test in a workshop in Fabrica Gallery.
The invention took top honours in the Santander University of Brighton Ideas Competition 2017.
The students also run the Brighton-based design business The Process in their spare time.
The enAball has been developed in conjunction with the Sussex MS Centre and the students worked directly with MS sufferers, taking a user-centrered approach. The students also worked with the national charity REMAP.