3D Printed Bionic Hand Wins Dyson Award | IFLScience

The world of prosthetic hands is becoming more and more sophisticated. However, they are sometimes simply too expensive. This is especially the case for children, who often need a new hand every year as they grow. Not having use of one extremity is exceptionally restrictive, so Open Bionics set out to find a way to make a bionic hand quickly and cheaply.

Source: 3D Printed Bionic Hand Wins Dyson Award | IFLScience

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