Erik Finman, also known as the world’s youngest Bitcoin millionaire, managed to build a real-life, working Dr. Octopus arm prosthesis for a young Marvel fan who also suffers from hypermobility symptoms. The suit boasts four flexible tentacles, controlled via rear-mounted microcontrollers, and is powered by a total of eight servo-motors, which run on a 4-cell Lithium Motorcycle battery. The 12.5 pound creation is manageable, even for 10-year-old Aristou. “He came up with this idea – because he’s a huge comic book fan, a huge Spider-Man fan – of having his own Doctor Octopus suit. He said ‘that would solve my problems. I thought that was such a smart idea and sweet. For me, it would have been so great if someone had helped me at that age. So I felt like a kindred spirit in a lot of ways,” said Finman. Click here for the first image in today’s viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one someone who decided to buy $150 worth of weird Amazon Tech.