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Open Bionics just unveiled Star Wars, Marvel and Disney themed prosthetics for kids | Robotics Trends

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16 October 2015



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Open Bionics is radically overhauling artificial limbs, creating kid-friendly prosthetic hands branded after popular superheroes and movie characters.

Hallie Siegel’s insight:
As a mom with two kids I can tell you this is genius. FYI In case you missed it, OpenBionics’ co-founder Samatha Payne was honoured on this year’s list of 25 Women in Robotics You Need to Know About http://robohub.org/25-women-in-robotics-you-need-to-know-about-2015/ 




Hallie Siegel robotics editor-at-large
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