Prosthetics

10.20.16
The first Cybathlon pushed the limits of bionic technology
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The first Cybathlon pushed the limits of bionic technology

Superhumans: Inside the world's first cyborg games - Episode 5

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09.27.16
Powered prosthetics turn mundane tasks into monumental feats
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Powered prosthetics turn mundane tasks into monumental feats

Superhumans: Inside the world's first cyborg games - Episode 3

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08.06.16
ICYMI: Area man gets robo-legs and scientists invent brain dust
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ICYMI: Area man gets robo-legs and scientists invent brain dust

Plus, all the news you were too busy to read the first time around!

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08.04.16
Dust-sized wireless sensors could control prosthetics someday
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Dust-sized wireless sensors could control prosthetics someday

The current iteration's about the size of a grain of rice, but they could be much smaller in the future.

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06.08.16
Prosthetic arms inspired by 'Deus Ex' are coming next year
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Prosthetic arms inspired by 'Deus Ex' are coming next year

Open Bionics is developing two designs with Eidos-Montréal.

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03.30.16
ICYMI: A space-based full service stop, bat drone and more
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ICYMI: A space-based full service stop, bat drone and more

DARPA wants to create robotic servicing vehicles to inspect and fix satellites.

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10.16.15
Stanford researchers make artificial skin that senses touch
10.16.15

Stanford researchers make artificial skin that senses touch

Technology that could help amputees in the future to feel touch once again.

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10.12.15
Young amputees will soon get 'Iron Man' and 'Star Wars' bionic hands
10.12.15

Young amputees will soon get 'Iron Man' and 'Star Wars' bionic hands

Open Bionics has teamed up with Disney to develop bionic hands inspired by Iron Man, Star Wars and Frozen.

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07.29.15
Gripping objects takes much more brain power than we thought
07.29.15

Gripping objects takes much more brain power than we thought

Researchers from Brown University have made some crucial discoveries about how our brains co-ordinate gripping.

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