3D printing brings with it sheer limitless options for people of all kinds, and this 3D-Printed Prosthetic Leg as designed by Natasha Hope-Simpson is a clear example of that.
Created in collaboration with Thinking Robot Studios, the 3D-Printed Prosthetic Leg features ornate etchings that make it look more like a work of art than a functioning prosthesis. However, the prosthetic is indeed fully functioning and allows Hope-Simpson to live her life to the best of her ability without having to worry about equipment.
Designed as a response by Hope-Simpson to the ordinary prosthetic options on the market, the 3D-Printed Prosthetic Leg is an achievement of monumental success that opens the doors for other people in need of prosthetics to create and design their very own.
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This 3D-Printed Prosthetic Leg is a True Work of Computerized Art
- By: Michael HemsworthDec 28, 2015