This Awesome 11-Year-Old Girl Designed A Prosthetic Arm That Shoots Glitter
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Meet Jordan Reeves. She’s 11 years old and invented a prosthetic arm that shoots glitter. So, basically, she’s our new hero.
Jordan was born with a left arm that stops above the elbow. Last January, she had the chance to attend a special camp, where she designed her flashy prosthetic arm. She named the effort Project Unicorn “because unicorns are awesome and sparkly,” Jordan’s mom Jen told The Huffington Post.
On Feb. 10, Jordan appeared on “The Rachael Ray Show” and presented her glitter-shooting arm, which is shaped like a unicorn horn, to judges from “Shark Tank.”
The Sharks loved the Missouri preteen’s invention. “Jordan, you are a superhero,” Mark Cuban told her.
“I know some parents that would hate that and some kids that would love it!” added Daymond John.
Indeed, Jordan’s mom is not a huge fan of glitter, but she’s come around to it and of course supports her daughter’s work wholeheartedly.
“Jordan is a high-energy ball of girl power,” Jen to
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