The "Exo-Prosthetic" created by William Root, is a printed artificial leg made from laser-sintered titanium, which uses a scan of the wearer's truncated limb for fit, and a scan of the intact limb for form.
“There is a Haitian saying which might upset the aesthetic images of most women. Nou lèd, Nou la, it says. We are ugly, but we are here. Like the modesty that is somewhat common in Haitian culture, this saying makes a deeper claim for poor Haitian.
Beautifully crafted 3D printed prosthetic leg cover in the form of athletic leg muscles
Lytra is an affordable prosthetic leg that allows below knee amputees to take shower freely and clean their residual limb safely. Lytra allows the bottom of the limb to be exposed in air for amputees to get a full-decent wash in the shower.
Brooklyn, New York industrial designer William Root is using scanning, modeling, and printing to create customized prosthetic limbs. Currently, he is working on the prototype for what he calls the “Exo-Prosthetic Leg.
Someone from Surrey, British Columbia, CA posted a whisper, which reads "Just went out for the first time wearing shorts that showed my prosthetic leg. A toddler just freaked out saying, "Mommy! He's a superhero!" I've never felt better"
The main aspect of the Biomedical Engineering field is the ability to develop technologies such as prosthetic limbs or organs, even pacemakers and others of the sort. These developments continue to improve with ongoing research.
Alleles Design Studio brings fashion to prosthetic limbs