Jakub Dmochowski, Michael Millard, Sergio Olivas, Bradley Brown (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) created an electronic scheduling tool for an employee with autism to assist in transitioning tasks.
Christopher Kobe, Matthew Baron, and Kalen Riley (Duke University) designed a custom gardening tool for a child with TAR syndrome.
Ian Gong, Jing Guo, Michael Kotecki, and David Tainter (Duke University) designed a universally accessible contact cement applicator for people with disabilities at OE Enterprises.
Melissa Hyland, Shu-Hyun Jang, Andrea Shin, Nancy van Loenen (University of Toronto), and William de Wit (University of Guelph) designed a manual page turning device to enable independence in reading.
Maria L. Toro (University of Pittsburgh) designed a reader for playing cards to make them accessible to people with visual impairment.
Loshna Krishnan, Erik Porach (University of Pittsburgh) designed and modeled a test method for forward facing wheelchair containment and occupant retention system subjected to low g accelerations.