See 157 inspiring Fix Films (and counting!)
These short films tell the stories of all kinds of fixes from around the world, and there’s even more to be seen on our Youtube channel. Get inspired, get involved and make your own!
Mr. Kitagawa works in a shop and has regular deliveries of rice. Each bag weighing 30 kg has to be carried to the back of the shop. A team from Kyoto Institute of Technology create trolley to help Mr Kitagawa.
Jacob is an 82 year old carpenter, last year he lost three fingers on his right hand. With his new Grip friendly hammer he can continue to work with more comfort.
Moshe wants to carry his little daughter Shir around with him when he travel in his wheelchair, but he can't because he is worried the cracks in the pavement will make him and Shir fall. A team of fixperts from HiT in Isreal make a safety belt so that they can both travel safe and sound.
Ellen is a paralympic swimmer and struggles with drying her hair. She has training 6 times a week which results to 4 and half hours spent on drying her hair a week! Fixperts from NCAD in Ireland help Ellen and save her time withe Armore Hairbrush Holder.
A Team of Fixperts from Brunel University make a clever device to help Arthur carry his shopping bags without causing him pain on his hands.
Mr Shikata transports heavy goods using a trolley and has to pass through many doors.
Designers draw on a traditional Japanese custom to establish new behaviours for students entering the health-centre. They figure out how to solve their fixpartners' problem of managing who needs to take off their shoes and come in and who can keep their shoes on and be treated by the entrance.
Nino can't get himself up from the floor: enter Daniel & Eliana to provide an ingenious fix for this problem as an add-on to his walking stick.
A DIY Pinhole Camera for iCare created by a fixperts from the University of Johannesberg in South Africa