We are ready to show you the future of bionic technology. our team is working hard every day, experimenting constantly, in order to develop innovative solutions that can yield unprecedented results. The aim of our research is to be able to make an artificial hand that can benefit those who unfortunately have lost one, by giving them the ability to perform basic everyday actions with relative ease.we want to achieve all this at a price lower than anything the market offers today; we want our product to be appealing to as many people as possible. The passion for these technologies and the knowledge that our efforts will, even if only in part, truly help someone, drive us to seek new paths and encourage us to continuously improve. we are currently looking for potential investors interested in financing our research & development activities, in order to take the youbionic prosthetic hand from a potentially disrupting concept to a finalized product that can change the lives of thousands of people.
(Youbionic hand video)
My first thought upon seeing this 3d printed hand was the remarkable gadgets made available to Bruce Wayne by the skunkworks project group within his own company.
However, traditional sf fans will think of the robot-surgeon hand From Philip K. Dick's 1955 story War Veteran:
From time to time V-Stephens examined his wristwatch and then turned his attention back to the object crawling up and down the sealed edges of the entrance-lock.
The object moved slowly and cautiously. It had been exploring the lock for twenty-nine hours straight; it had traced down the power leads that kept the heavy plate fused in place... During the last hour it had cut its way throught the rexeroid surface to within an inch of the terminals. The crawling, exploring object was V-Stephen's surgeon-hand, a self-contained robot of precision quality usually joined to his right wrist.
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