Cooking requires two hands most of the time. From cutting up the food to washing the dishes and handling a pan, you've pretty much got your hands full.
Chef Eduardo Garcia lost his left hand in an electrocution incident, but that didn't deter him from continuing to do what he does best. Now he's got a bionic hand to help him out in the kitchen.
The new hand was designed by Touch Bionics and outfitted by Advanced Arm Dynamics. It is motorized, wireless and uses Bluetooth. It can grip in 25 different ways and is made from silicone and carbon fiber.
Check out how he uses it in the kitchen in the video below. It's amazing! [Huffington Post]
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