Research Scientist, RIT MAGIC Center  (http://rit.academia.edu/JonSchull)

Jon Schull helped to found E-Nable (http://enablingthefuture.org) As described in this MSNBC article, he is known for “building a community of volunteers who design, create and donate prosthetic hands made with 3-D printers; and for creating an online platform that connects those volunteers with individuals who need the hands. Schull is a research scientist at Rochester Institute of Technology’s Center for Media, Arts, Games, Interaction and Creativity – also known as the MAGIC Center – and the founder of e-Nable and president of the e-Nabling The Future Foundation.”