Teen outfitted with first “i-limb ultra revolution” prosthetic hand, which can be controlled with an iPhone app

16-year-old Patrick Kane was just nine months old when he fell ill with meningitis and lost part of both hands and his right leg below the knee, but he has since become the first person to be outfitted with the “i-limb ultra revolution” prosthetic hand by Touch Bionics, The Scotsman reports. The prosthetic hand can be controlled via muscle contraction or iPhone app, which can save up to 24 preset grips for certain tasks.

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