3D-Printed Exoskeleton Hands Could Augment Human Bodies

3D-Printed Exoskeleton Hands Could Augment Human Bodies

Alex Czech's jointed exoskeleton presents tech-aided evolution in the workplace and beyond

Leo Lutero
  • 19 may 2015

A 3D-printed hand exoskeleton looks very costume-y but with the freedom of movement and ease-of-construction, it should be seen more as a working platform than a final product. Imagine adding tools that make future work easier such as elongated fingers for delicate handling of harmful materials.

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