These Beautiful Customized 3D-Printed Prosthetic Legs Are Made to Be Seen

by , 03/28/15

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Unlike the one-size-fits-all mentality that is dominant in the medical device manufacturing industry, the company uses image-based 3D scanning technology to capture the shape of the sound leg and adjust the prosthetic one with the help of the user himself.

He or she can choose a form template, patterns, tattoos, materials and graphics, or they can suggest a new idea. With the help on an online tool, users can explore and apply a range of design styles. One could chose to decorate their new artificial limb with a tattoo or an intricate artwork, and transform a disability into a bold fashion statement.

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  1. January 29, 2015 at 12:57 am

    How do I contact you?

  2. Tafline Laylin April 3, 2014 at 11:10 am

    Sunil, we are very sad to hear about your student’s leg. However, this is a blog, which means we do not supply these products. We urge you to contact the designers directly. Warm regards, Inhabitat editors.

  3. Sunil Darisipudi D April 2, 2014 at 10:12 pm

    sir, one of my students met with an accident and lost one of his leg up knee pan. he is about 21 years old. he feels a lot that his future went to dogs. i consoled him that there is artificial let available and advised him not to bother. sir, he is poor and doesn\\\’t have his father. his father died. his mother only takes care of him by going to a labour work.sir, he also has a brother. he also met with an accident and lost his future. so sir my student who lost his leg only has to take care his family. please help him where he has to consult for artificial leg.

  4. english cheese man June 16, 2013 at 6:19 pm

    Whilst i wouldn’t call these beutiful, it’s definetly a good sign. However, with all the advancements being made in prosthetic technology, like motorized joints and computers, how will these keep up?

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