X-Finger replaces lost fingers
Inventor Dan Didrick created X-Finger to replace the lost fingers without relying on robotics.
The X-Finger is a non-robotic prosthetic finger, or set of multiple fingers, with a full range of motion, including being able to curl like normal fingers.
To realize X-Finger over the past four years, he has sold his Rolex, his Porsche 911 and his Naples villa; he has moved into a single-bedroom house with his girlfriend.
Finally he succeeded. In May, Dan Didrick was awarded second place in a national invention contest sponsored by the History Channel and the National Inventors Hall of Fame Foundation.
X-Finger will be used by civilians to replace their lost fingers. Also X-Finger can be used by solders that lost their finger into combats.
More about X-Finger and Dan Didrick in Naples news.
This medical gadget can really improve the life of many people.