Not Impossible & Mick Ebeling featured as the Charles Schwab Champion for Change on CNN

Through film, we showcase how Our breakthrough technology can improve the lives of individuals.


Discover our legacy projects...


Project Daniel

Mick Ebeling reads about a Sudanese boy whose arms are blown off during a bombing of his village and is incited to help. He illegally travels to the Nuba Mountains to find Daniel, make him a prosthetic arm, and teach the locals about the process as well. 




The Eyewriter

Tony 'TEMPT' Quan is a legendary LA graffiti artist, social activist, and publisher who was diagnosed with ALS in 2003. Mick organized a crew of hackers and artists to invent a low-cost, open source DIY device that would let Tempt create art with his eyes. Through trial and error, The Eyewriter was born and Tempt was back to using his creativity. 



Don's Voice

Watch Don Moir write a love letter to his wife and audibly say “I love you, Lorraine” for the first time in 15 years, thanks to a digital solution by the Not Impossible team, Speak Your Mind Foundation and HP's #BendTheRules. 




Not Impossible Labs' current technology initiatives include:

Creating a non-pharmaceutical therapy to improve motor systems disrupted by Parkinson's

Using mobile technology to create a network to reduce hunger amongst those struggling with food insecurity

A wearable allowing young children losing their hearing and vision to better traverse the world around them

Overcoming the "Last Mile" obstacles that prevent vaccines from reaching remote communities

Our VibroTextiles category utilizes vibrotacticle haptic technology in disruptive ways. Music: Not Impossible leverages the sense of touch to enable deaf people to experience music in new ways. The technology recently won a 2018 Edison Award, was featured at SXSW, and the Not Impossible team was interviewed in a spotlight piece by Katie Couric.