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Marlo: This is an incredible product here. And once you tell us a little bit about what you have developed, and the usefulness and and I’d love to hear your story down. So, you know, go ahead and do tell us what you have going on and how this is developed.
Aandeel: Yeah, so we develop advanced bionic limbs that are affordable and accessible for everyone. And so this is our latest product, the ability hand and say bionic hand meant for people who have lost it, and they can control it just with their muscles. And so they can control all the individual fingers on it, and do different grips with it too. And Dan will be able to demonstrate that
Marlo: I’m so impressed. I really am by this. So are you? Is this a 3d printed with some circuitry, attitude sensors and type thing? Are you actually mass producing these now? Or how does this work? So it’s actually
Aandeel: a bit of both. So we have 3d printed components, but then we reinforced them with things like carbon fiber and silicon become super robust to impact and super light and strong
Marlo: because each person has an individual need. Right? So having that 3d printed piece allows you to do that if I’m exactly, exactly Okay. Okay. So you say affordable? Yes. So what does that mean? I have no idea. I’m thinking that something like what you’re wearing, right there would cost $100,000.
Aandeel: So it’s definitely not $100,000. It’s more in the range of 10 to 20,000. Oh, my goodness. And not only that, so before hand came on along, only about 10% of individuals could actually afford a bionic can. And that’s if you’re in the military, or if you had a workplace accident, we got it covered by Medicare, and then expanded that access to 75% of patients can now afford a bionic can. And so not only is it more advanced than any of the other bionic hands out there, it’s more accessible than ever. So
Marlo: I think we are going to do a demonstration. Yeah. All right. All right. Thank you for this. Yeah. We go. Yeah. That’s unbelievable. Are you producing other limbs as well?
Aandeel: So we’re, we’ve got some ideas for an ability leg in addition to our ability hand,
Marlo Anderson: Okay. Very cool. Are these available? I mean, can if I knew somebody that needed one would you be able to outfit that person so
Aandeel: We just released this nationwide three months ago, and so it’s covered by insurance is all across the United States? Really?
Marlo: That’s pretty cool as well. So very, very nice. And how do we find out more information about your product so
Aandeel: you can visit our website www.psyonic.io
Marlo: Why don’t you spell that?
Aandel: P S Y O N I C.
Marlo: Okay, very good.
Marlo: At CES 2022 This is your “Guru of Geek” Marlo Anderson.