Proposed by the designer Dani Claude original device significantly extends the functionality of the human hand, adding another artificial big toe. Dani Claude, studying at the Royal College of art (England), has developed a unique device that allows you to get a full “extra” finger, located symmetrically to the thumb of a human hand. Artificial part of the body attached to the hand using elastic rubber and bracelet, and is controlled by the movement of the foot.
On the Shoe of a user mounted sensors that convert movement in the control signals, making Bluetooth from fixed on the Shoe of the transmitter to a Bluetooth receiver located on the bracelet. Two small motor attached to the bracelet, transmitted by tension of the fibers rigid and flexible material Ninjaflex, and the finger is in motion. Almost all parts made using 3D printing.
Additional, but not the extra thumb allows you to firmly hold the captured items and even play the guitar. The original invention can be used in prosthetics, for demonstration purposes, showing the possibilities of modern technology to expand the functions of the human body.