6 - 15 july 2018



6 - 15 July, 10:00 - 20:00


PSTP Gdynia
Al. Zwycięstwa 96/98

With the development of 3D printing, there are attempts to create a hand prosthesis based on this technology. The key to the solutions being developed is to adapt to the needs of users through parameterization and personalization.

The combination of 3D printing, electronics, open-source solutions, creative coding and algorithmic design, based on User Centered Design methods, is clearing a path for new solutions. They allow you to provide for individual needs, such as those related to daily tasks, sports or hobbies; which can become part of, or most of the entire expression.

The exhibition presents the project myhand, aimed at developing a system of printed 3D parametric prostheses which combine the some of the features of what's available in the market today with the very unusual needs of their users. They aim to change the emotional attitude towards prostheses and stigma related to the lack of a hand, with the additional goal of being affordable.

As part of the exhibition, we will present specific problems and solutions in the field of prosthetics as well as the impact of the first stage of myhand project.


  • The designer running the studio We design for physical culture, a member of the Foundation The Spirit of Poland. She specializes in the design of sports equipment. Nominated for the prize Dobry Wzór (Good Design) and Design Alive Awards. "The project was fascinating with regards to climbing açai trees - can we make it safer, and at the same time be inspired for other projects."

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  • curator of the "myHand" exhibition

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  • A designer of business models and sales support tools, such as AMS PlakatTest - online platform for assessing the readability of posters, AMS City Tracker - an advanced map tool, that she co-created.​ Research projects manager and co-creator of Urban Activity Segmentation (TGI Millward Brown), segmentation of urban residents due to urban and digital mobility, awarded in the "Innovation Award 2014" in "open & startup" category.​ Speaker at the conference, such as 2015 Cyberresearch 5.0 PTBRiO, 2014 XV Congress of the Polish Society of Market and Opinion Researchers.​ A graduate of sociology (SWPS), post-graduate studies in Design Management (SWPS), and CoachWise coaching school.

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  • Michal is a designer and entrepreneur specialising in parametric modelling, dedicated algorithmic solutions for design, digital fabrication and creative coding. He is a co-founder of Tylko, a start-up which is on a mission to digitise the furniture industry. It’s one of the world’s first solutions combining Augmented Reality, mass customisation and local digital manufacturing on demand. Tylko launched at London Design Festival 2015 and attracted attention of an array of notable investors including Paua Ventures and Yves Behar. As a parametric design consultant Michal creates custom software, scripts and parametric models which aid generation, management and fabrication of complex geometry. He works with award-winning designers such Joris Laarman. Collaboration with Joris includes microlattice: a series of 3d printed chairs which are now part of permanent collections of Moma New York and Vitra Design Museum. He is a lecturer at School of Form in Poznan and Creative Coding in Warsaw.

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  • Entrepreneur, designer, promoter of design; owner of the company KAFTI, which takes into account the business model of the entire product life cycle. An award-winner at, among others, the Must Have and Silesia Thing competitions. The winner of the "Young Creative Entrepreneur" contest. Founder of the The Spirit of Poland and WILK Open Cluster of Design. "I'm interested in how the products of Boa Vista are produced and how we can help to solve local problems."

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