Every child should be encouraged to follow his or her dreams, and, for 10-year-old Isabella Nicola who was born without a hand, her dream was the violin. Thanks to the dedication of her music teacher and a team of inspired undergraduates at George Mason University, that dream became reality with a fully covered prosthetic arm. This exciting progress in the technology behind prosthetic limbs was spurred on by Isabella’s passion and the need for a highly personalized prosthetic. Using the power of 3D printing technology, the design team took Isabella’s unique needs into consideration – size, ease of use, and even the color – and created a solution just right for her. Outfitted with her new arm, Isabella is able to control the bow and make beautiful music.