wheelchair user using the enayball

Product Design graduates launch new Enayball prototype at event with Alison Lapper

The designers behind the Enayball painting device for wheelchair users are running a workshop on 23 March at Phoenix Art to launch the improved version of their device.

The event will include childen from Rocket Artists and Ambito as well as the artist Alison Lapper, another Brighton graduate.

This event marks the public release of the newest Enayball prototype, which will feature an electronic nib which allows it to lift off the surface, and an aesthetic redesign old the device, which was first created by students studying Product Design at the University of Brighton.

Find out about studying Product Design with Professional Experience BSc (Hons) at Brighton.

Visit the Enayball website.

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