Open-Source and 3D-Printer: Redefining the Human Body- SXSW Convergence 2016 by SXSW published on 2016-03-15T16:10:39Z Commercial bionic hands haven’t evolved much. It costs more than 15,000 USD, and there are only limited variations of design because the market of such hands is small, while individual differences of users are large. Exiii is trying to turn bionic hand into more a “casual” thing both in terms of price and design by using 3D-printer and open-source. HACKberry has been printed out and customized around the globe along with local communities. Coincidentally, other players from different countries have started to address this issue around the same time (e.g. Open Bionics, e-nable, Unlimited Tomorrow). How will these things redefine human body and change the medical service and business models?