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    Japan's robotics venture Cyberdyne employees wearing a robot-suit known as HAL (Hybrid Assistive Limb) walk on a street in Tokyo

    Watch Amanda Boxtel walk again with first 3D printed hybrid exoskeleton

    Japanese robot expert Hiroshi Ishiguro unveiled female cyborgs at the National Museum of Merging Science and Innovation. They will be on display for visitors to interact with. Ishiguro’s robotics are the latest confirmation of the uncanny valley hypothesis, which posits that humans find discomfort when robotic and animated humans approach a natural human appearance. Ishiguro—who’s previously designed his own doppelgänger robots—hopes that robots will soon become a part of everyday life in Japan.

    Ekso Bionics' exoskeleton are used to let paraplegics walk (video). #disabled #handicapped #cobot #technology #healthcare #medicaltech

    Musculoskeletal Humanoid Robot Copies Your Muscles | | Terminator robots are not just a flight of fancy anymore. Researchers at the University of Tokyo have designed a “musculoskeletal” humanoid robot that simulates the body of a 12-year-old child...

    HAL Robot Suit, Robotic Exoskeleton Gets Safety Green Light

    Powered Jacket: First Commercial Exoskeleton To Be Released In Japan #technology

    new implant which attaches directly to the spine could help paralysed people walk again

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    1 | This Light, Affordable Exoskeleton Could Help The Paralyzed Walk Again |

    Tamara Mena, paraplegic shows off her beautiful smile as she stands up and walks, using eLEGS, bionic exoskeleton, by BerkeleyBionics

    Organovo generate 3D printed liver which can survive for 40 days.

    mind-controlled exoskeleton lets paralysed people walk. if this isn't incredibly fantastic news, i don't know what is.

    CYBERDYNE HAL (Hybrid Assistive Limb)