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Elliot Kotek Content Chief & Co-Founder of Not Impossible, Executive Director - The Not Impossible Foundation
A two-time SXSW Innovation Award winner, Innovation Fellow at Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern, and recipient of multiple other accolades that rhyme with innovation, Elliot is the founder of The Nation of Artists and has spearheaded storytelling about everything from 3D printing to homelessness and social-robot ducks.
Not Impossible Labs is constantly striving to live up to its mission of providing technology for the sake of humanity.
Not Impossible Labs Founders Elliot Kotek and Mick Ebeling discuss their 3D prosthetic printing business.
Meet the Not Impossible team behind Project Daniel who plan to set up more 3D printing and training labs around the world to give war victims new limbs Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2700716/Meet-Not-Impossible-team-Project-Daniel-plan-set-3D-printing-training-labs-world-victims-war-new-limbs.html#ixzz3od573WJJ Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
Father of three with motor neurone disease speaks to his wife for the first time in 15 YEARS to renew his wedding vows... and the groundbreaking Aussie whose technology company allowed it to happen
Not Impossible Labs' founders on creating visceral storytelling, robotic arms, the maker movement and lessons for brands.
3D-Printed Prosthetic Arms for the Children of Sudan. We caught up with Elliot Kotek, content chief and co-founder of Not Impossible, to hear about the project.
An Australian content maker is behind a Valentine’s Day branded content offering about a farmer living with ALS being given the ability to say ‘I love you’ to his wife for the first time in 15 years.
California-based Australian Elliot Kotek is combining his passions of creating technology to help humanity and making documentaries. The co-founder of Not Impossible, Kotek is producing Project Daniel and he’s just released Don’s Voice. In a separate venture he has just completed Queen Mimi, a feature doc profiling 89-year-old “Mimi”, who was homeless for 35 years. Living and working in a laundromat in Santa Monica she befriended actors Zach Galifianakis and Renée Zellweger and turned her life around. Kotek has financed Not Impossible’s shorts by corporate sponsorships, highlighting technology devised by his firm.
Kotek and his team are proof that a lot can happen in the span of one year, including the completion of inspiring projects like Don’s Voice as well as impressive accolades for Project Daniel. We connected with Kotek during SXSW 2015, where Project Daniel was honored with the Innovative 3-DIY Award, in hopes to encourage the SIGGRAPH community to continue to search to “find your Daniel” and innovate for the good of humanity.
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Don’t tell Elliot Kotek something is impossible. The content chief and co-founder of Not Impossible Now has made a career out of making the word “impossible” obsolete.
Not Impossible makes DIY, accessible, tech-based solutions for people in need around the world, and then powerfully tells the stories of how that tech transforms a life. It was exciting to learn more about Not Impossible’s innovative work and how they are changing the world.