Open Bionics, a UK-based startup project is making some interesting prosthetic hands for kids based from Disney’s franchise. It involves creating inexpensive prosthetics designed for disabled children with themes based on popular Disney characters in "Star Wars," Marvel and "Frozen."

Disney’s Techstars Accelerator program supported the project with $120,000 and royalties that allow Open Bionics to use "Star Wars," "Frozen" and Marvel properties however they please.

The seemingly robotic arms will feature "Star Wars" Lightsaber Hands, "Iron Man" armor hands and Elsa’s Snowflake hands. Users will be able to move these futuristic limbs via muscle impulses and are adorned with light and sparkles that mimic their movie counterparts. With the use of LED and electronics, the prosthetic arm will certainly appear to the public eye. Users will also be able to regulate the strength of the grip depending on the user’s command.

"All of a sudden they’re not being asked how they lost their hand," Joel Gibbard, CEO of Open Bionics, shared. "They’re being asked where they got their cool robot hand, how does it feel, and how does it work?"

Children who lost their arm are usually insecure for being forced to use artificial limbs. Some are made cheap so that the limbs will look as close as possible to an actual arm. But thanks to this creative invention, kids will be proud to wear their prosthetic arms. This, along with hopefully changing how the public perceives the disabled, is the aim of the Open Bionics project.

The marvelous prosthetics are set to be released at the end of 2017 with each limb costing about $500. The company also intends to look into other designs from popular movies that kids and adults might love. Some might even opt to get these sci-fi prosthetics despite not having lost a limb because they are so cool.