I was the lead designer behind one of the Intel Expirence Amazing Projects. The subject of the project was a child named Daniel Hobbs.
Daniel Hobbs practices Judo, plays soccer and basketball, rides his bike and swims. He lives in Spain, speaks fluent English and Spanish and is learning Portuguese. He’s an active 11-year-old whose smile lights up a room.
Daniel’s friends call him “Iron Man” because he wears a prosthetic on his left arm. Although he was born without a hand, he was born at the dawn of the 3D printing revolution, where technology is providing new ways to tackle life’s challenges.