I tried to imagine a world wherein individuals who lost limbs in warfare, and those with genetic anomalies would have the ability to re-attain their autonomy entirely through the use of next generation prosthetics. I attempted to find answers to impossible questions, such as: How can a veteran with double upper amputees play catch with his son? And, How can a little girl from Dharavi, with Stargardt's disease, go to the bathroom unassisted? These prosthetic prototypes were not mere projects that filled the hours of sleepless nights. They were and are promises of independence and ebullience.