EnAball workshop success at Fabrica

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 enAball was invented by Product Design with Professional Placement BSc (Hons) students Benjamin Taylor, Benson Pocock, Pete Barr, George McPherson and Eli Heath.

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.

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