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Finally, an article on the health technology front: Robot legs to help the frail and disabled walk! A company in Japan called Cyberdyne (yes, I said Cyberdyne. Don’t get me started on the whole Terminator connection
A robot suit that can help the elderly or disabled get around was given its global safety certificate in Japan , paving the way for its worldwide rollout. Japan's robotics venture Cyberdyne employees wearing the robot-suit "HAL" (Hybrid Assistive Limb) as they walk on a street in Tokyo for a demonstration. Image by: YOSHIKAZU TSUNO / FILES / AFP
Robot suit designed to aid the physically challenged and elderly gets global safety certificate (rawstory.com) #news #technology #disabilities #innovation #robotics #assistivetechnology
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CYBERDYNE HAL (Hybrid Assistive Limb)
Tamara Mena, paraplegic shows off her beautiful smile as she stands up and walks, using eLEGS, bionic exoskeleton, by BerkeleyBionics
This robot design is.... great.
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mind-controlled exoskeleton lets paralysed people walk. if this isn't incredibly fantastic news, i don't know what is.
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Oh don't worry. No one will look at you funny when you walk around with a humanoid robot on your shoulder.