Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Teen Prints Boy 9 a Hand on the 3D Printer at the Local Library

Of course he did.  Because the new generation doesn't understand that technology has limits!  Cool story excerpted and linked below.

Using a 3-D printer at the Johnson County Library, Wilde made a prosthetic hand that opens and closes and can even hold a pencil.
Just ask young Matthew how he feels about Wilde. 
“He’s awesome,” the boy said, thrusting his mechanical hand high above his head 
The third-grader was born with only a thumb and a few partial digits on his right hand. He can lift stuff with it, balance a book on it, even tie his own shoes. But, Matthew said, “I was bored with that. I wanted to do more.”

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