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When Medical and 3D-printed Technology Connects Future Creations

When Medical and 3D-printed Technology Connects Future Creations

Written by David

April 1, 2019

When technology is used as a tool for good, we cannot help but applaud the end product. A few years ago the world was introduced to a young girl, Jordan Reeves, who was born without part of her left arm. An advocate for kids with physical differences, Reeves turned to technology to create a prosthetic that went beyond the usual faux body part. Now aged 13, she not only helps run a nonprofit called Born Just Right, that gives children without limbs an opportunity to create their own solutions, but her prosthetic was also invited to be part of the Museum of Science and Industry’s Wired to Wear Chicago exhibition which explores how wearable technology is fueling innovation. A Long Time In The Making Jordan Reeves prosthetic arm journey started when she was about three years old. Working with David Rotter, the clinical director of prosthetics for Chicago-based Scheck […]


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