Easton LaChappelle has been taking apart things since he was a child and is now changing industries. At 14, he made his first robotic hand out of LEGOs, fishing wire and electrical tubing. At 17 he founded his own company, Unlimited Tomorrow, which is developing open-source robotics for paraplegics to ...
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