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13 December 2019
From the 23rd to the 27th of October 2019, the Paris Games Week was held. This is a festival dedicated to videogames. We are part of this event and are present at the Play As You Are area (“Jouez Comme Vous Êtes” in French), a place for making videogames more…

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21 November 2019
The first Fabrikarium with ArianeGroup was held from the 16th to the 18th of October. But what is a Fabrikarium? Following the example of a hackathon, it consists in mixing different skills to respond to the needs of a person with a disability. After Bordeaux for the world championship of…

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14 October 2019
“From repaired humans to enhanced humans?” The technology service of the French Embassy invited me to this debate at the University of Tokyo on the 29th June. I went as the development leader of My Human Kit but also as a user of forearm prothesis, whether high-tech or DIY. This…

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My Human Kit present !

Create customized and beautiful upper limb prosthetics.


Ressentir les sons, la musique, en utilisant d'autres sens.

A simple sonar glove at less than 50 $.


DIY prosthetic myoelectric hand prototype.

Prosthesis · Robotics

How to transform a 3d printer into a Braille embosser

Accessory · Robotics

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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Our first partners

Fondation de France