According to the first episode Red Bull's PRISM series, Daniel Melville 3D printed a prosthetic arm modeled after Adam Jensen's bionic limb from the Dues Ex series. Melville was reportedly inspired by Jensen, saying "He had these cool augmented arms and he was a badass, and I thought 'I'd like to be like that.' Finding a character in a game that really related to me just felt amazing." Meville is seemingly able to use a mouse effectively with his prosthetic arm, and claims he's a huge Overwatch fan, though he admits it'll be a "couple of years" before disabled esports players can compete with able-bodied ones. Thanks to VentureBeat for spotting the clip. Check out the arm in the video here. And this arm allows Melville to master his skills in his favourite pastime: gaming. But how does it work? "I use pulses in my arm to open and close it. If I tense my muscle it'll change the grip pattern to certain modes. It’s quite nice and simple, really, but also effective. When I game on my computer, especially wearing this arm, I need something that won’t slow me down. Something that’ll speed up and make my gaming experience nice and fluid." Outside of gaming, Melville now designs his own bionic arms, knowing that there was so much more he could do.