I realized that individuals with limited hand mobility struggle to paint on a canvas in its entirety. Additional support and/or assistance is traditionally required to rotate and reorient the canvas.
I essentially envisioned a "Lazy Susan" rotating design, where the user could spin or swivel a canvas independently. I partnered with three undergraduate students from Stanford's Engineering 110/210 class to create a working prototype.
Our gratitude goes out to the Accessible Canvas team.