When it comes to the future of technology, all it takes is passion and the drive to make it happen. Impossible is not a death sentence for innovation, it's a challenge.
At the iMedia Breakthrough Summit in Atlanta, Georgia, Mick Ebeling, the CEO and founder of Not Impossible, described his journey from someone with no experience or training to an award-winning innovator using emerging technology. His first device, the Eyewriter, was developed using open-source computer software to allow a graffiti artist named Tempt1 with ALS to continue making art despite his inability to move his body. This device gave Tempt the ability to pursue his passion of art despite his unfortunate circumstance and brings hope to many others in the same position. The Eyewriter went on to become one of Time Magazine's Top 50 inventions and resulted in many similar projects from people trying to make a difference in the world.
Another major project that Ebeling spearheaded is known as Project Daniel, where he visited the Sudan to help a boy that had both of his arms amputated as a result of combat. Ebeling wanted to create a usable prosthetic arm that would give Daniel the ability to do normal tasks again,... Read more