Thursday, August 23, 2012

Life-changing 3D Printer

We've talked about 3D printers before, but never like this. Researchers at a Delaware hospital printed a 3D custom exoskeleton to help a child move her arms.

via The Presurfer


Laney4 said...

Like the researcher says, "It pulls at your heartstrings."
You've done it again, Myrna....

Myrna Mackenzie said...

I'm just amazed at the inventions people come up with, and when those inventions make such a difference in a child's, it's wonderful.