Eric Jones holds Lego block with prosthetic fingers

Eric Jones, who lost the fingers and thumb in his right hand as he battled cancer, holds a Lego block using the world's first powered bionic digit device for patients with missing fingers.

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ProDigits fingers and circuitry

The ProDigits fingers and circuitry.

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ProDigits finger disassembled

The ProDigits finger disassembled.

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ProDigits patient Michael Bailey plays video game

ProDigits patient Michael Bailey, who lost several fingers in an industrial accident, plays a video game.

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ProDigits prosthesis

Michael Bailey's ProDigits prosthesis.

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Frank Hrabanek

Frank Hrabanek, who suffered severe burns and lost four fingers and knuckles in his right hand in an industrial accident, demonstrates how he is now able to open a plastic container.

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