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A Moorsfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust patient in the UK has become the world's first person to use a 3D-printed prosthetic eye, offering significant improvements over traditional acrylics.
As part of her graduate work at the Royal College of Art, Dani Clode created a wearable prosthetic that is meant to focus on extending one's ability. The Third Thumb gives users an additional digit.
Modern prosthetics could be taken to a new level if a joint effort between St Vincent's Hospital and the University of Melbourne discovers how to relay sensory feedback from robotic arms to the brain.
'Open Bionics' is pioneering a movement that will bring prosthetic robotic hands utilizing 3D printing. Using a 3D printer, the prosthetic is now affordable and accessible.