Disney's Iron Man And Elsa Help Kids Feel Cool In Prostheses
Disney is letting a startup create 3-D printed prosthetic hands that are themed after popular Disney films.
What do "Iron Man," "Frozen" and "Star Wars" have in common?
Yes, they're all owned by Disney. But what else? (Video via Disney)
Disney gave the startup rights to make movie-inspired prosthetic hands.
They're really, really awesome and not that expensive: $500 each.
They're 3-D printed, which helps keep costs low. (Video via Open Hand Project)
Themed prosthetic hands don't just look cool, they help kids feel proud to wear them. (Video via Microsoft)
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