Sometimes, the future isn’t just another mobile app. Every once in awhile, it brings real life changes to people with very serious needs. For example, take the WREX, a 3D-printed robotic exoskeleton for children with disabilities. The project helps children with underdeveloped muscular tissue to be able to perform basic tasks. It’s by no means a finished product, but it could bring about some big changes for some needy kids.

[Source: The Verge]