Jordan was born with a left arm that ends just above the elbow. But she hasn’t let that stop her from dreaming big. Earlier this year, 10-year old Jordan was invited to participate in the Superhero Cyborgs program in San Francisco. Hosted by non-profit KIDmob, the program creates a place where children with upper-limb differences can work with professional engineers to design and build creative prosthetics that once existed only in their imagination. This project, dubbed Project Unicorn, is helping Jordan build a prosthetic arm that shoots glitter.