Man Invents Mechanical Arm to Replace His Four Digits and It's Straight Out of a Sci-Fi Film
If this story seems familiar it's because we covered it before but we could not resist doing an update. That's how impressive Ian Davis and his mechanical hand are.
In July of last year, we shared how Davis' lost four fingers to a work accident and was further diagnosed with cancer. This would probably be enough to knock anyone down but Davis did not give up.
Instead, he went ahead and invented a mechanical prosthetic arm to replace his fingers and he continued to innovate on it.
"I thought I'd share the progress that I was able to make on my new hand this week. I was able to get the splay function designed and fabricated this week. now it's down to testing and getting the components to wear in. it makes a completely different sound than my other hand. I'm not sure how I feel about it, " he said in his latest video that we bring you now.
The first version of the arm was already pretty cool but this one has some upgrades that will make your head spin. We won't tell you what they are, Davis does a much better job of that. Instead, we will let you watch the video.
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