Watch Robert Downey Jr. Presenting 3D-Printed Bionic Iron Man Arm To 7-Year-Old Kid

Posted: Mar 13 2015, 3:24am CDT | by , Updated: Mar 14 2015, 6:05am CDT, in Latest Celebrity News


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Robert Downey Jr. presented 3D-Printed Bionic Iron Man Arm to 7-Year-Old Kid
Credit: Robert Downey Jr. Facebook

Robert Downey Jr. is working with Limbitless Solutions and they managed to make an Iron Man inspired bionic arm.

So Microsoft, Collective Project and Limbitless Solutions have all collaborated and they managed to make an Iron Man inspired bionic arm for a kid. They made this fully functional bionic arm with the help of a 3D printer.

Alex was the kid that received the bionic arm from Robert Downey Jr. this past weekend. Both of them compared the bionic arm with the original gauntlet. Robert Downey Jr. also posted a video on his Facebook page. He posted Alex’s story about how he had a deformed arm and he wanted to raise money to get a bionic arm.

In the video we can see Robert Downey Jr. greeting Alex and then he tells him about his gauntlet. He opens a box and there are two arms. Alex tells him that both of the bionic arms look the same but Robert Downey Jr. tells him that his arm is way better than his one.

Credit: Microsoft

Both of them try their bionic arms on. One of the people ask Alex whether he knows the man who is talking about the arm and he tells them it’s Iron Man. Robert tells him that his arm isn’t working correctly because there is something wrong with the light in his arm.

He tells him that your arm is working great because the light in your bionic arm is working correctly. We can see Alex moving his new bionic arm as he is trying to get the hang of it. Then at the end of the video, Robert Downey Jr. tells us that the prices of these bionic arms and bionic parts are going to be cut down in the future.

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