Jack Carder, 5, was born with a thumb on his right hand but no fingers. But on Tuesday he was given an Iron Man prosthetic hand in front of his classmates and family at KinderCare.
The hand, complete with a laser gadget that makes it glow in the dark, was created free of charge using 3D printing technology by physics students at Sienna College affiliated with the e-NABLE nonprofit.
To top his already amazing day off, Jack, who is a baseball fan, also got to throw out the first pitch at his hometown Columbus Clippers game using his new superhero hand.
It doesn’t get much better than this, folks.
H/T Bob’s Blitz