The Third Thumb is a 3D printed human hand extension controlled by the feet.
Dani Clode, a graduate at the Royal College of Art, created a wearable third thumb that can help its user carry more objects, squeeze lemons or play complex chords on the guitar.
In the video of The Third Thumb prototype, people use the extra digit while carrying wine glasses, playing cards, or playing guitar.
It investigates the relationship between bodily movement and the control of body connected technology.
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