How cool is this? Using a 3D printer, there is the capability to make prosthetic hands. Watch this video to see how it came to fruition and how they made it all happen. The last few minutes of the video show some children in action using their robohands.
I happen to be highly interested in 3D printing. Imagine the possibilities 3D printing has for all the children that we work with in terms of personalized adaptive equipment, prosthetics and orthotics! I hypothesize that 3D printing will be the next great thing that hits our technology world. What an amazing world we live in.
Curious to know is anyone using a 3D printer with any adaptive equipment, prosthetics or orthotics? Would love to hear about your experiences.