The University of Victoria featured Victoria Hand Project in it's alumni magazine, the Torch. Many of VHP's team members are UVic students and alumni, and VHP works closely with the university on many initiatives.
Victoria Hand Project was honoured to attend the Victoria Foundation's recent event celebrating the Vital Youth initiative, a program aimed at engaging young people and teaching them about the importance of philanthropy.
VHP was accepted to Autodesk University to present 'Using Fusion 360 to Design Patient-Specific Prosthetic and Orthotic Devices.' VHP created software that uses the Fusion 360 API to simplify the creation of complex designs, including custom limb-sockets.
3DHEALS is a global platform for people to learn, collaborate, fundraise, and investing in healthcare 3D printing and 3D bioprinting. Jenny, CEO of 3DHeals, hosts a casual interview with VHP that was live on their Instagram channel.
This podcast episode highlights all of the innovators chosen for the Ultimaker 2020 Innovator List and their amazing work. VHP's Michael Peirone speaks at timestamp 39:50 about the project and his work using 3D printing.
The Ultimaker Innovators list puts the spotlight on individuals or groups using 3D printing to transform the ways people work, think, and live. Michael Peirone, Chief Operating Officer of VHP was chosen for this year's list!
Students at the University of Vermont completed a project to add functionality to the existing designs of the Victoria Hand. These students designed and fabricated a bike handle holder and utensil holder.
Once a year, Victoria hosts an event that highlights all of the cutting edge technology being created in Victoria. We attend this event every year and love to see what other innovators of Victoria are making!
Recently being awarded the VIATEC Technology Award for Creative Excellence, this Douglas Magazine feature details the origins of the design of the hand through an interview with the CEO of VHP, Dr. Nick Dechev.
Shortly after receiving a Grand Challenges Canada grant, CEO, Dr. Nick Dechev was interviewed by our software sponsors, CMC Microsystems, to introduce the project and our plans to trial devices in Guatemala.