This collaborative project was devised by Hobs 3D, Plexal, Creative United, The OHMI Trust and UCL Innovation & Enterprise, with support and funding from Arts Council England. It aimed to address the accessibility challenges of people who want to play music, but find it physically challenging to do so.
The OHMI Trust is a UK-based charity pioneering the development and adaptation of musical instruments for people who are physically disabled.
UCL is a diverse global community of world-class academics,students, industry links, external partners, and alumni.
Creative United supports the arts, cultural and creative industries through innovative business growth programmes and membership schemes.
We champion, develop and invest in artistic and cultural experiences that enrich people's lives.
TiME: Technology in Music Education UK is a Community Interest Company and an alliance of Music Industry organisations.
Royal Birmingham Conservatoire is a world class institution providing exceptional training in music and acting.
EIP is a specialist intellectual property law firm with 20 years’ experience in helping businesses to protect and exploit their IP.
The Music Industries Association is the trade body for the UK musical instrument industry.
A Digital Technology Hub, housing industry standard state of the art 3D printing and laser technologies