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Futuristic prosthetic officially headed to market soon (Tomorrow Daily 388 show notes)

LUKE (named after Luke Skywalker) is an advanced, modular prosthetic arm with over 10,000 hours of testing, and it'll finally be available later this year.

The future of prosthetics is looking bright, especially now that the LUKE Arm is officially headed to commercial markets. It's a highly advanced, modular prosthetic, and after over 10,000 hours of testing, it'll finally become available for patient purchase and use.

In more whimsical news, artist Neil Mendoza's "Hamster Powered Hamster Drawing Machine" is everything we thought it would be: a real hamster running on a wheel, unknowingly creating a self-portrait nearby. Maybe we can get him to stop by the show to explain himself (Neil, not the hamster).

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Advanced prosthetic named after Luke Skywalker will be available this year (Tomorrow Daily Podcast 388)

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