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XRobots is led by UK-based James Bruton whose interests are as varied as his talents. Bruton's early projects include a bipedal android robot powered by Raspberry Pi, and life size Star Wars props such as R2-D2, C3PO, and Jabba the Hutt. He has since gone on to build boats, full-sized Iron Man suits, visible lasers beams, and much more.
Megalodon Sports, co-founded by Korey Gross and Bobby Seigle, is a startup that designs, manufactures and distributes sporting goods and apparel. They began on their quest to provide unique yet practical products for athletes with one that protects their pearly whites - a mouthguard with a customizable lip protector.
Dr. Joshua Pearce of Michigan Technological University (Michigan Tech) is an educator with a vision. He leads Michigan Tech's Open Sustainability Technology (MOST) Lab and is helping lead a paradigm shift towards open source lab equipment, while showcasing applied learning in the process.
Open Source Ecology is an organization, and a global collaborative community, whose mission is to create an open source economy. They are pursuing this mission by developing a set of the 50 most important machines that it takes for modern life to exist, known as the Global Village Construction Set (GVCS).
Most people are satisfied if they can understand their own healthcare options. It takes a special person to put "improve global healthcare" at the top of his or her to-do list -- let alone pursue it. But that's just what Joel Gibbard of the Open Hand Project, based in the United Kingdom, did. Driven by his passion for robotics and his desire to benefit people, he set out to design a low-cost robotic prosthetic hand.