3D Printed Bionic Hands for Children

Bionic hands are becoming even more sophisticated every year. While they can make life easier for amputees, they are not accessible to everyone though. A trial of 3D printed bionic hands for children amputees has started in Bristol. It is more affordable and gives children confidence.

As BBC explains, Open Bionics is working with 10 children at this time. More info is available here.

*some of our articles have aff links. Please read our disclaimer on how we fund Exxponent.
Read more:
Philips Fidelio M2L/27 Headphones w/ Lightning Connector

We have covered plenty of premium headphones here in the past. The Philips Fidelio M2L/27 Headphones are designed with iOS...

NailO: Thumbnail Track Pads

We have seen plenty of interesting touch-enabled gadgets in the past couple of years. NailO happens to be a new...

Wearable, Solar Panels for Soldiers

Soldiers of tomorrow are going to look much different. Sure, we are going to rely more on drones to fight...

Close