A bionic hand which can be programmed using wireless technology was unveiled by Scottish firm Touch Bionics.
The i-Limb Hand has five independently-controlled fingers and has been fitted to more than 1,200 patients worldwide.
The new device uses "pulsing" technology to help provide a tighter grip on objects such as shoelaces and belts. Built with an aluminium chassis, it is capable of carrying up to 90kg. Users will also be able to program the prosthetic hand via a Bluetooth connection, using specially-enabled software.