Prosthetic legs are becoming more sophisticated every year. They are not all designed to be used in shower. Lytra is a prosthetic leg that makes it easier for amputees to shower and wash their residual limb. Lytra is made from acrylic sheets. Its height can be adjusted to the level of amputation.
This new artificial limb is powered by rocket fuel. A team of mechanical engineers has created an prosthetic leg that is powered by a special type of liquid fuel called a monopropellant — the same kind of fuel that gives rockets their thrust. The new device could usher in the next generation of prosthetics — powerful and light-weight artificial limbs that will look and function more like the real thing.