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How would you use a Gigabot 4 to make a difference in your community?

How does Gigaprize work?

For every 100 bots sold

We give one away

To someone helping the community

And the 2019 winner is…

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OGRE Skin Designs

After a lot of deliberation, OGRE Skin was selected as the most recent Gigaprize Fellow for their vision to use Gigabot to 3D print life-saving solution for first responders

2023 Gigaprize Judges

Sami Hill

Sami Hill

Drafter
Alejandro Leal

Alejandro Leal

Drafter
Ryan Murray

Ryan Murray

Supply Chain & Engagement Consultant
Juliana de Almeida Martinelli

Juliana Martinelli

YLAI Fellow
ernie-prado

ERNIE PRADO

ENGINEERING NINJA
tom-chi.

TOM CHI

ADVISOR : R+D HARDWARE
pascal-finette

PASCAL FINETTE

ADVISOR : SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT
lara-jeremko.

LARA JEREMKO

CO-FOUNDER
katy-jeremko

KATY JEREMKO

CO-FOUNDER
len-nannarone

LEN NANNARONE

FRIEND : LEGAL GURU
suzanne-pierce

SUZANNE PIERCE

FOUNDING FELLOW
chris-gerty

CHRIS GERTY

CO-FOUNDER

Previous Gigaprize Winners

OGRE Skin Designs

Texas | USA

Utilize 3D printing technology as a design and development tool to prototype body armor for first responders.

Magic Wheelchair

Portland | USA

Share a vision to use Gigabot to provide even more awesome costumes for kids in wheelchairs

Clinton Foundation

Aba Abia | Nigeria

Working with manufacturers, educators and the community to make Nigeria self sufficient, while supporting new job creation and STEAM

Good Works Studio

Houston | USA

Proposed making using Gigabot to 3D products to improve the quality of life for refugees as part of their mission to help those in need around the world through design

3D Mulp

Bogota | Columbia

Working to build my electric prosthetic arms for child amputees in Colombia

Tunapanda

Kibera | Kenya

Proposed region-specific 3D printing educational curriculum & opportunities to serve community needs such as repairing medical equipment and piping to distribute clean water