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27 April 2020
It is vital to share knowledge in times of crisis and it is a logical reaction for human beings to help each other when everything is going badly. This mindset is natural in communities working for the common goods and COVID-19 shows the extent to which collaborations allow the creation…

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20 March 2020
Fokus on mobility : a hackathon on disability and digital fabrication. From February 19th to February 21st 2020, My Human Kit brought a dozen people together to manufacture solutions to simplify the daily life of people with reduced mobility. Mechanics, welders, electronics engineers, people with disabilities and volunteers joined forces…

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20 December 2019
To help us put all this into action, you can make us a donation here. Thank you in advance ! But first and foremost, what is all this? My Human Kit, what do you do ? The year 2019 is coming to an end, bringing forward the opportunity to recall…

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My Human Kit present !

How to transform a 3d printer into a Braille embosser

Accessory · Robotics

DIY prosthetic myoelectric hand prototype.

Prosthesis · Robotics

Create customized and beautiful upper limb prosthetics.


A low cost electric wheelchair.


A simple sonar glove at less than 50 $.


My Human Kit wishes to demonstrate that the concept of humanlab, a workshop inspired by fablabs and crossing humans dimensions, pedagogical techniques to transform all people, disabled or not into inventors, “do it yourself” enthusiasts, providing technical assistance hand in hand.

Bringing together
My Human Kit wants to bring together people suffering from disabilities and solutions of their concern using collective intelligence, digital manufacturing tools (3D printers, laser cutting, programmable electronic cards), and documentation of legally replicable and usable solutions.

France alone has 10 million people with disabilities including deaf 5.2 million, 3 million with physical handicaps, 1.7 million of blind or visually impaired, and 700,000 people with mental disabilities.

In the world, only 5 to 10% of hand amputees have access to prosthesis.

80% of the amputees live in an under-developed country.

Sources : INSEE / Handicap International

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