How did you first get to know Ayúdame3D?
I found out about ayúdame 3D by talking to a family member about the limitations in terms of prostheses in the technological moment we are currently living in. When I contacted Guillermo I was surprised and fascinated by both the idea and the project.
How was your collaboration with Ayúdame3D? What work did you develop?
I developed the design and modelling of the new 3D model of the hand and fingers, and I hope to continue collaborating on new projects in the future! It's something I'm really passionate about.
What was the design process like?
The process took a couple of months, it was the first time I had faced a challenge like this and we were doing several tests until we found the final result.
As this is a living project, I am sure that in the future it can be improved and adapted even better to people.
How does it feel to know that your work is part of a project that is changing lives?
I am very happy and proud of this, between all of us we are creating little grains of sand that are forming mountains and this is very gratifying.
Do you think it is important to use technology to serve people?
Of course it is! What's more, I think it's essential! Technology is a field that is constantly growing and you have to adapt all the time. Not only for the leisure sector but also for the personal sector.
How do you think we can further promote the social side of design and technology as a society?
Talking with Guillermo, I came up with several proposals about customising prostheses for children that I would love to do. I hope to be able to continue collaborating.
BIOGRAPHY - SARA BLÁZQUEZ
My name is Sara Blázquez Martínez, I am 27 years old, I have a degree in Fine Arts from the Complutense University of Madrid.
Later I did a master's degree in 3D at CICE. I love everything related to art, especially sculpture.