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The Pentagon is funding research into robotic legs for helicopters to let them land on uneven and moving surfaces.

The Pentagon is funding research into robotic legs for helicopters to let them land on uneven and moving surfaces.

US experts have developed what they say are the most biologically-accurate robotic legs yet.    Writing in the Journal of Neural Engineering, they said the work could help understanding of how babies learn to walk - and spinal-injury treatment.    They created a version of the message system that generates the rhythmic muscle signals that control walking.

US experts have developed what they say are the most biologically-accurate robotic legs yet. Writing in the Journal of Neural Engineering, they said the work could help understanding of how babies learn to walk - and spinal-injury treatment. They created a version of the message system that generates the rhythmic muscle signals that control walking.

Video: The Closest Robotic Legs Have Ever Gotten to Mimicking Human Gait | Popular Science

Video: The Closest Robotic Legs Have Ever Gotten to Mimicking Human Gait | Popular Science

Claire Lomas paralysed from the chest down wearing the ReWalk "robot legs" completes London marathon in 16days http://www.guardian.co.uk/sport/2012/may/08/paralysed-claire-lomas-london-marathon

Claire Lomas paralysed from the chest down wearing the ReWalk "robot legs" completes London marathon in 16days http://www.guardian.co.uk/sport/2012/may/08/paralysed-claire-lomas-london-marathon

A 32-year-old man whose knee and lower leg were amputated in 2009 after a motorcycle accident is apparently the first person with a missing lower limb to control a robotic leg with his mind.  http://www.nature.com/news/rewired-nerves-control-robotic-leg-1.13818?WT.mc_id=PIN_NatureNews Credit: Hargrove, L. J. et al. Nature Publishing Group

A 32-year-old man whose knee and lower leg were amputated in 2009 after a motorcycle accident is apparently the first person with a missing lower limb to control a robotic leg with his mind. http://www.nature.com/news/rewired-nerves-control-robotic-leg-1.13818?WT.mc_id=PIN_NatureNews Credit: Hargrove, L. J. et al. Nature Publishing Group

Robot Legs [CD], 19531090

Robot Legs [CD], 19531090

Robot Leg Made Entirely From Makeup. Girl, you need to get your talented ass to Hollywood.

Robot Leg Made Entirely From Makeup. Girl, you need to get your talented ass to Hollywood.

Rewired nerves control robotic leg | The power of thought alone is not enough to move inanimate objects — unless the object is a robotic leg wired to your brain, that is. #Awesome

Rewired nerves control robotic leg | The power of thought alone is not enough to move inanimate objects — unless the object is a robotic leg wired to your brain, that is. #Awesome

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