The guys over at hackaday.com have a lovely example of how 3D printing can really make a difference for people who might have problems using existing technology.
This whole thing illustrates the yet-more lovely thing about putting designs out openly so that other people can build on them. Witness a previous, but much rougher, solution to the same problem.
Finally, I suspect that readers of this blog will be quite happy with the idea that ‘Good design is accessible design’, but just to drive the point home – I particularly like this comment:
September 26, 2013 at 2:18 am
Hmm could actually also serve as a fine page turner for kitchen use where your hands are usually covered with foodstuffs.