Iko – a new prosthetic arm, which is completely customizable is available for kids to make it however they want it to be. The field of prosthetics has seen significant advances for a number of years now, seeing as 3-D printing has become increasingly popular. This advance has allowed to make prosthetics more beautiful, fashionable and waterproof for those who need them.
This new and cool creation is used through a pop and lock connector, on the forearm component of the prosthetic. The base, which is connected to the upper part of a missing limb, contains a battery, processor, and sensors that detect muscle movement and transfer that to whatever end the IKO arm is on. And the upside is that is comes with a charging station.
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