Israeli ‘bionic hand’ for children. (screenshot)


Researchers at the Technion Institute created 3D-printed prosthetic hands and distributed them to children throughout the Middle East.

Israel’s world-renown Technion Institute recently joined forces with the Haifa3D Association to produce robotic hands for children whose limbs were amputated.

The amazing project provides children with their own personalized, fully functional hands, free of charge, with which they can eat, play, and study like other children.

These Israeli “bionic hands” are changing lives in Israel, Syria, and beyond.