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amputee builds prosthetic leg out of LEGO bricks
jul 03, 2013
amputee builds prosthetic leg out of LEGO bricks


prosthetic leg built with LEGO bricks

 

 

practicing occupational therapist christina stephens, a victim who had her foot amputated after a crash injury created a prosthetic entirely out of LEGO pieces. stephens built the extension when someone in her research lab jokingly suggested to make a prosthetic leg out of the toy construction blocks. to read more articles on prosthesis on designboom, click here.

 

 

amputeeOT: my legoleg – amputee prosthetic leg made with LEGO bricks

 

 

stephens built the extension when someone in her research lab jokingly suggested to make the leg out of LEGO

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