Students at UCF are designing an inexpensive 3D printed arm for kids.
To find out more and to get involved, check out: http://office.tumblr.com
Big thanks to Microsoft and the Collective Project for introducing me to Albert and his amazing team. They are continuing to help people around the world one hand at a time and they could use your help.
Learn more and see how you can get involved by checking out The Collective Project on Tumblr, follow @MSONeNote on Twitter or head over to http://Onenote.com/collectiveproject
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