Open Bionics Working on Affordable Robotic Prosthetics

Open Bionics

3D printed prosthetic arms are already being used to make life easier for some people. Advanced bionic arms are not cheap though. Open Bionics, Eidos-Montréal and Razer are partnering to design, 3D print, scan, and create affordable bionic hands.

This YouTube video covers the future of this project. The goal is making robotic prosthesis accessible to more people. More information is available here.

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