Meet the world's most advanced bionic hand -- and the people who use it -- in our jaw-dropping video.
Touch Bionics have unveiled the i-limb ultra revolution, a high-tech prosthesis that can be controlled through an iPhone app.
The futuristic appendage will be hooked up to a patient's nervous system, providing crucial sensory feedback.
A prosthetic hand taps into nerve bundles located in the arm to allow the wearer to "feel" with the prosthetic fingers.
The BeBionic 3 is the most advanced bionic hand in the world. Nigel Ackland, who lost his right hand in an accident, shows off what it can do.
The prosthetic hand plays Jenga and the keyboard, and comes with Power Grip skills. But can it wield a light saber as in "The Empire Strikes Back"?
If you haven't kept up with advancements in prosthetics, now's a good time to observe how a new generation of devices can undertake even the most precise tasks.
Touch Bionics introduces a prosthesis simulator as well as upgrades to its i-Limb bionic hand.
Touch Bionics upgrades its bionic hand with the i-Limb Pulse, allowing users to increase their grip strength on grasped objects.