A DIY Prosthetic Manual is launched by a graduate of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. Desiree Riny was fascinated and alarmed with statistics that showed that "95 percent of the world's lower-limb amputees live in [...] environments without access to professional care" -- be that because of an issue of affordability or a residency in rural regions that are far from the hospitals that have the appropriate means. As a result, the graduate launches the DIY Prosthetic Manual — a design-forward booklet that explains in detail (and with pictures) how one can craft an artificial limb using things like "bicycle parts and other scrap material."
Thus, despite location and financial means, the DIY Prosthetic Manual hits the right points for accessibility.
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