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This is a mock design of a robotic arm that would relay a sense of touch and temperature to its owner.
The arm is the work of a team at the University of Nottingham in England, which is investigating how it could use 3D printers to build electrical, optical and even biological functions into the arm.
This rather odd looking creation is the embodiment of the MRI scan of the artist who produced it.
Named Inverse Embodiment, it mixes data from the MRI scan of the artist Tobias Klein and the structure of St Paul's Cathedral in London.
A collection of 3D printed figurines of people who have been scanned at the London Science Museum.