Teen Uses 3D Printer to Make Robotic Prosthetic Arms for $500 - This is the work of 17-year-old Easton LaChappelle from Colorado. He has used a 3D printer to create a fully functional prosthetic arm and hand that comes with robotic technology. The hand can grip and hold things; even cooler, the 3D-printed robotic prosthetic arm can cost less than $500 to make. | Mobilemag

Teen Uses 3D Printer to Make Robotic Prosthetic Arms for $500 - This is the work of 17-year-old Easton LaChappelle from Colorado. He has used a 3D printer to create a fully functional prosthetic arm and hand that comes with robotic technology. The hand can grip and hold things; even cooler, the 3D-printed robotic prosthetic arm can cost less than $500 to make. | Mobilemag

This Is the Most Amazing Biomimetic Anthropomorphic Robot Hand We've Ever Seen - IEEE Spectrum

This Is the Most Amazing Biomimetic Anthropomorphic Robot Hand We've Ever Seen - IEEE Spectrum

Cyborg/Robot Prosthetic for $5 or Under (Probably) [This piece is mostly made of craft foam and glue!]

Cyborg/Robot Prosthetic for $5 or Under (Probably)

Cyborg/Robot Prosthetic for $5 or Under (Probably) [This piece is mostly made of craft foam and glue!]

https://www.techinasia.com/exiii-hackberry-robotic-prosthetic-arm-startup

https://www.techinasia.com/exiii-hackberry-robotic-prosthetic-arm-startup

Robotic Prosthetic Hand Wired Into Brain: Once More, With Feeling ... see more at Inventorspot.com

Robotic Prosthetic Hand Wired Into Brain: Once More, With Feeling

Robotic Prosthetic Hand Wired Into Brain: Once More, With Feeling ... see more at Inventorspot.com

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This robotic prosthetic hand can be made for just $1000. http://robohub.org/this-robotic-prosthetic-hand-can-be-made-for-just-1000/

This robotic prosthetic hand can be made for just $1000. http://robohub.org/this-robotic-prosthetic-hand-can-be-made-for-just-1000/

Miracle of Reality. Les Baugh lost his arms as a teenager. Mr. Baugh is testing a robotic prosthetic created by engineers at John Hopkins that he can control with his mind.

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Miracle of Reality. Les Baugh lost his arms as a teenager. Mr. Baugh is testing a robotic prosthetic created by engineers at John Hopkins that he can control with his mind.

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