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The progression of prosthetics that Northern Illinois University engineering student Oluseun Taiwo made for violinist Sarah Valentiner, 13, to hold her bow correctly to improve her range of motion while playing her violin. She started playing with the prosthetic on the left from Shiner's Hospital and the four others were models made by Taiwo on the 3-D printer in the lab at NIU.

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