Superhero-themed bionic hands for young amputees

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With the advent of 3D printing, the options for those in need of a prosthetic hand have significantly broadened. We have already written about E-Nable — the volunteer-run network which matches people in need of prosthetic hands with designers and makers who can print them. Now, Open Bionics have created a trio of superhero-themed bionic hands that can help youngsters transform their difference into something to take pride in. The three designs were created as part of Techstars' Disney Accelerator program, which provides funds, resources and royalty-free access to Disney imagery for selected startups. Open Bionics created a Jedi lightsaber…

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