Wednesday, 23 October 2019

David Aguliar poses with his prosthetic arms built with Lego pieces during an interview with Reuters in Sant Cugat del Valles, near Barcelona, Spain, February 4, 2019. David Aguilar has built himself a robotic prosthetic arm using Lego pieces after being born without a right forearm due to a rare genetic condition. REUTERS/Albert Gea

David Aguliar shows his prosthetic arms built with Lego pieces during an interview with Reuters in Sant Cugat del Valles, near Barcelona, Spain, February 4, 2019. Aguilar, 19, who studies bioengineering at the Universitat Internacional de Catalunya in Spain, is already using his fourth model of the colourful prosthetic and his dream is to design affordable robotic limbs for those who need them. REUTERS/Albert Gea

Prosthetic arms built with Lego pieces David Aguilar are seen during a Reuters interview with David Aguilar in Sant Cugat del Valles, near Barcelona, Spain, February 4, 2019. Once his favourite toys, the plastic bricks became the building material for Aguilar's first, still very rudimentary, artificial arm at the age of nine, and each new version had more movement capability than the one before. REUTERS/Albert Gea

David Aguliar points at his prosthetic arms built with Lego pieces during an interview with Reuters in Sant Cugat del Valles, near Barcelona, Spain, February 4, 2019. REUTERS/Albert Gea

David Aguliar poses with his prosthetic arm built with Lego pieces during an interview with Reuters in Sant Cugat del Valles, near Barcelona, Spain, February 4, 2019. REUTERS/Albert Gea