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  1. below are some info on affordable prosthetics for Camden.......

    cyborg beast 3D printing / 3duniverse.org / enablingthefuture.org / recfx.org

    University of Central Florida (Aerospace Engineering PhD) student Albert Manero designed a USD350 prosthetic arm which senses shoulder muscles and opens/closes (activated by electromyography muscle energy on the bicep) - when one out-grows the arm, a new hand costs USD20 and USD50 for a new forearm. Stratasys, one of the biggest commercial 3D printer in US is involved.

    teamunlimbited.org (free)

    Joel Gibbard's 'The Dextrus Hand' uses motors and steel cables and could sell for USD1000. It can articulate each finger individually, allowing it to hold objects in different shapes and sizes.

    Richard Van As and Ivan Owen created the 'Robohand' which cost just over USD100 to help children with amniotic band syndrome.

    Touch Bionics, based in Livingstone, Scotland

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