Disney Creates Cool 3D Prosthetics for Kids

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BRISTOL, UNITED KINGDOM -- From the big screen to big attractions, Disney definitely knows how to create magical moments. But now, the company's been busy in the lab cooking up something special for young amputees.

Disney has linked up with a UK-based company called Open Bionics to create superhero inspired 3D prosthetic arms.

Check out these Iron man and Star Wars creations.

And girls, although this Elsa arm won't give you freezing powers, it will surely give you a cool amount of confidence!

"Now kids can get excited about their prosthetics. They won’t have to do boring physical therapy, they’ll train to become heroes, " the Open Bionics website reads.

It's no secret, 3D printers have wowed us with some pretty amazing stuff, but leave it to Disney to take things to another level. Anyone armed with these gadgets will get vibrating monitors and led lights that measure the amount of strength being used.

Open bionics is projecting these Disney designs will be available for only $500 by next year!

For a kid who needs one of these babies... that's priceless!