Chloe Holmes, now 15, heartbreakingly lost most of her fingers when she was a mere toddler after suffering from septicaemia due to chickenpox. She's been without a usable hand since then. Thankfully though, she's been outfitted with a bionic hand to help her out.
I wish I was so rich I could justify buying this NASA Omni-Hand I off eBay. Not only is it the first motorized dexterous robotic hand, it even comes with space gloves. Space gloves! Yours for $18,750.
Watch this phantom robot arm softly move sushi pieces from one plate to another, as it was possessed by the spirit of the most delicate sushi chef. Also, watch his neat manicure and clean nails, and freak a little bit.
Using functional magnetic resonance imaging to scan a person's brain when they thought about making a "rock", "paper", and "scissors" shape with their hands, then mapping the scans to robot hand actions, researchers could effectively control the metal grabber just by their mind alone.