Blue Man Group Surprises Fan With A 'Pretty Awesome' 3D-Printed Robotic Arm

Wyatt Falardeau is such a fan of Blue Man Group that he wanted his robotic arm to be themed after the performers. Earlier this month, his wish and more came true.

Wyatt, a 12-year-old from Vero Beach, Fla., had his forearm and hand amputated shortly after birth, WPTV reports. In a video posted by Blue Man Group, he received a blue 3D-printed robotic arm complete with paint splatters, the group's signature touch, to remind him of his favorite entertainers.

The arm was created by Limbitless Solutions, a nonprofit organization devoted to providing 3D-printed bionic arms to kids around the world. When Wyatt received the arm, he also had lunch with the cast, got a personal backstage tour and played with the electronics and musical instruments. Of the encounter, the group called Wyatt "our superhero” in a recent Facebook post.

Happy National Superhero Day from Blue Man Group and our superhero, Wyatt!

Posted by Blue Man Group on Tuesday, April 28, 2015

So what did Wyatt think of his new arm? “It’s pretty awesome.”

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