A California media and technology company is using 3D printing to provide hands and arms for amputees in South Sudan and the war-torn Nuba Mountains.
In November, Not Impossible printed a prosthetic hand that allowed a teenager to feed himself for the first time in two years.
(…weiter auf notimpossiblelabs.com/project-daniel)
Just before Thanksgiving 2013, Not Impossible’s Mick Ebeling returned home from Sudan’s Nuba Mountains where he set up what is probably the world’s first 3D-printing prosthetic lab and training facility. More to the point of the journey is that Mick managed to give hope and independence back to a kid who, at age 14, had both his arms blown off and considered his life not worth living.
(Quelle: Youtube / Not Impossible)