Paralympic Hopeful Uses 3D Tech to Revolutionize Wheelchair Racing Gloves

Wheelchair athlete Arielle Rausin worked with the Beckman Institute's Visualization Lab to create revolutionary 3D printed wheelchair racing gloves. Rausin, a former member of the U of I Wheelchair Racing Team, hopes to one day use her gloves in a marathon at the Paralympics. Read more about her story here... http://beckman.illinois.edu/news/2015/09/3d-scanner-...

  • Date Added:   08/19/16
  • Author:   BeckmanInstitute
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