Lego prosthetic arm lets kids explore their creativity
Technological progress is moving at an incredible pace in the world of prosthetics, even for kids.
IKO Creative Prosthetic System is not just another artificial limb. Its inventor Carlos Torres was aiming to create something engaging for younger users that will allow kids not only to use the prosthesis for regular gestures but also to boost their creativity and decrease isolation from their peers.
In an interview with Fast Company, Mr. Torres commented the following:
This is how he created a prosthetic arm that integrates with Lego:
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