A game-changing bionic hand that enables users to control each digit has been developed by a team of engineers and surgeons. This technological breakthrough could revolutionize prosthetic limbs, providing users with more natural and complex movement. This innovative device uses a technique called neuromuscular reconstruction, which involves rewiring the nerves in the residual limb to control different muscles. This, in turn, allows for greater maneuverability of the hand, such as typing or picking up small objects. The main architect behind the project, Max Ortiz Catalan states "this is a major breakthrough in the field of bionic limbs...it opens up the possibility of creating bionic hands that are as functional as natural hands." After successful trials on a patient who lost his arm above the elbow, this transformative tech is expected to bring new hope to the nearly 60 million amputees worldwide when it becomes commercially available.

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