3D Printing for Disabled

Special Neck Switch for19-year old Christopher Hills with Cerebral palsy and Quadriplegia, Customized Bionic eye for people with vision loss, Atari Joystick for a young Atari lover, Personalized Grip Covers for Disabled workers, uncountable prosthetics for disabled, are some of the achievements 3D Printing has been grabbing. There's still more for 3D Printing to come, and still more to present landmarks.

Source: http://www.smh.com.au/technology/technology-news/3d-printing-lets-the-disabled-take-control-20160614-gpih8g.html