Open Bionics has developed an artificial arm influenced by the human figure, Adam Jensen, in the game Deus Ex. It is part of a larger marketing plan to take the world of Deus Ex to existence. The prosthetic arm and hand function by means of remote control, making use of Razer’s Stargazer digital camera and motion-tracking modern technology. Intel also assisted in the production. Open Bionics Deus Ex is fully functional and allows you to flex your fingers and make a fist, and watch the machine imitate your actions.
The England-based robotics and medical company are no strangers to teaming up with film producers and comic book promoters – recently they launched both Star Wars and Iron Man bionic hands for kids. This new style of prostheses, however, appear much more serious. These new models include the Square Enix game’s futuristic design approach incorporated into all facets of their design. Fortunately, the plans of the bionic arm will be open-source, which means that they will be accessible for anyone to 3d print themselves and utilize. The crew desires to have this technological innovation on the market within 2017, but no particular release date has been announced.