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    Custom Prosthetics

    As many of us here are fans of customized work, I thought this was interesting. The designer/custom prosthetic industry is growing. I just listened to a podcast where the lady who sort of started it talked about changing the concept of a prosthetic mimicking the look of a leg to hide it and instead personalizing your leg. These are some pretty cool legs.
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    That reminded me of this TEDTalk...
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    Too weird for me....
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    Yeah, the podcast I heard was of Aimee Mullins. Thanks for the video.

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    The guy is industrious but the pic reminds me of the hit Joe Theisman took...


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    That vid was fantastic! Thank you for posting it!
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