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̵1; Open bionics (@openbionics) April 4, 2019
With 3D scanning and printing, Open Bionics can create every hand and do so faster and cheaper. than competitors. According to the company's data, Hero Arm's sensors allow realistic precision and reusable enthusiasm. The motors allow for haptic feedback and beepers and lights provide other messages to the wearer. Even with all this technology, the hand weighs less than a kilogram, and it can be used by anyone older than eight years. Below are more video opportunities.