Harmony Taylor, 4, has a limb difference disorder and was born without a right hand. She quickly outgrew her first prosthetic, and her family couldn't afford a replacement.
The first prosthetic cost $5,000, and Harmony's mother, Melanie Peterman, said insurance wouldn't cover a replacement.
So members of the Grand Rapids West Catholic robotics team built her one.
The team then built a robo-hand, which is made of plastic and elastic cables, reflects Harmony's wrist movements, and is capable of bending, picking up things and even catching a ball.
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