Scientists unveil world's first bionic fingers

Experts have unveiled what they claim are the world's first bionic fingers which they hope will transform the lives of people with missing digits.
The motor-powered ProDigits have been developed by Touch Bionics, the Livingston, West Lothian company which made the bionic i-Limb hand.
The unit fits over the person's palm to help people with any number of missing digits.
Those fitted with the device can bend, touch, pick up and point.

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