Interactive Q&A with Mick Ebeling | Intel





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Published on Mar 10, 2014

You can find a full list of clickable questions from our interview with Not Impossible Labs founder Mick Ebeling below. As the founder of Not Impossible Labs, Ebeling partnered with Intel to establish the world's first 3D prosthetic printing lab in civil war torn South Sudan. In this interactive interview, Intel invites you to learn more about Project Daniel, Mick's views on technology, the concept of "help one, help many," and more. Watch Intel's film on Mick Ebeling here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ol19tt... What was the goal of Project Daniel? 0:10

Who is Mick Ebeling? 1:52

How did Intel get involved? 2:43

What will people learn from this? 3:38

How did Project Daniel come about? 4:23

What is 3D printing? 6:30

What was life like for Daniel? 7:45

How did Daniel's village react? 9:40

Were you scared to fail? 10:31

How did the Intel 2-in-1s help? 12:42

How did the bombing affect Daniel? 13:55

Why don't more people do what you do? 15:15

What does "help one, help many" mean? 16:53

What excites you about technology? 17:42

Do you relate to "Look Inside?" 18:57Subscribe now to Intel on YouTube: http://bit.ly/1BZDtpf

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Interactive Q&A with Mick Ebeling | Intel


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