Wonderful Story About a New Technology (3D Printing) and How It Helped One Little Girl

A rare condition (arthrogryposis) meant that little Emma couldn't move her arms - until researchers at a Delaware hospital 3D printed a custom exoskeleton with tiny parts made from the same plastic that many kids play with (e.g., Legos).

Very nice job of filmmaking. But mostly I just wanted to share this little girl's story and to celebrate the potential for good in technology (including online filmmaking - which is helping to instantaneously spread new ideas that inspire and raise expectations about what we can do for each other).

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