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Wisconsin based MadDesignWorks creates adaptive technology that helps artists with disabilities create their art, reports Wisconsin Public Radio.

Jeanne Grosse wanted to be a painter in the style of Jackson Pollock, but her disability left her with only limited use of her left arm. To achieve that abstract, splashed paint pattern, the Madison-based artist was using a small catapult to throw paint against a canvas. But she didn't have much control over the direction and angle of force.

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