and show together with you how repairable, traceable and reproducible technologies can look like.
The device helps people with hearing difficulties.
A system equipped with various environmental sensors and connected to an international network.
The project develops solar systems for decentralized energy production.
The project makes the computer understandable and repairable.
The project educates about ionized radiation and makes it accessible to measure.
A pen holder for people with disabilities.
A device that reads letters aloud to blind and vision impaired people.
A system for saving water by using water more than once while showering.
The trailer makes it easier for people in wheelchairs to transport heavy things.
A community that develops machines to tackle plastic waste.
The project makes the laser cutter accessible to all.
One of many tools that help pragmatically during the pandemic.
The first round will be published in early 2022.
You have 6 months for the implementation from concept to prototype.
Your results must be made publicly available under an open source license.
The Prototype Fund is a project of the Open Knowledge Foundation Germany, funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).