August 04, 2012

A little girl’s 3D-printed “Magic Arms”

“You know, a lot of people in our industry spend time making a lot of useless technology,” says Margot. “And then there’s this.”

Here’s more info about the exoskeleton. [Via Matthew Richmond]

Posted by John Nack at 11:02 AM on August 04, 2012


  • Keith — 1:26 PM on August 04, 2012

    Brought a tear to my eye. Finally the machines start conforming to us.

  • Jack Duganne — 10:16 PM on August 04, 2012

    John, Thank you for this. It is a brilliant presentation and so off of the normal technology path to touch us in places we didn’t know were so sensitive. What a wonderful application of our technologies to be something more than just visual!

  • Bill Quell — 2:18 PM on August 05, 2012

    It is truly wonderful to see technology used to power lives, to change lives…it’s beautifully affirming to see people dedicate their gifts toward helping others through their hard work and resources.

    Thank you for sharing, Mr. Nack.

  • Steve Laskevitch — 11:50 AM on August 06, 2012

    Damn you Nack! This made my new Retina display all blurry, and I have mundane, non-life-changing work to do.

    [Beware of your room filling with eyeball-seeking dust particles. :-) –J.]

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