A new 3D printed robotic hand, which is able to match human motion and dexterity, is being created from scans of human hands and motion sensor technology. Thanks to research being conducted at the University of Washington, a hand has been built of durable plastics and uses ten motors for movement. Video shows a researcher wearing a motion-sensor glove that detects his movements and sends a signal to the robotic hand to make the same movements. The problem with biomimetic robots in the past has been an inability to accurately simulate the complexities of human motion. By scanning a skeleton hand, researchers were able to 3D print their robotic parts accurately to mimic the motions a human hand is capable of making. This will lead to developments both in medical practices for amputees as well as motion-sensor robotics.