This is so amazing! I applaud Touch Bionics for pulling their focus from large, full prosthetic goals towards smaller, useful ones that help a group of people that had been almost forgotten.
amazingly cool technology.
Finally! Now I can destroy myself freebording and not worry about the future of my body :)
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how can they do that?
Really, thats amazing . It can really help out a lot to the handicapped and people with other deformalities in hand.
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Again, I am impressed, amazed and in awe with the talent of my fellow human beings. Particularly, those who choose a vocation devoted to improving the quality of life of those who are less fortunate or disadvantaged by issues out of their control. To enable a person to reach their full potential through mobility is a wonderment that I can only begin to comprehend as an able bodied person. If I were to lose the hands that support my work, what would I do? Oh the strength of some. Lets rejoice and applaud these wonderful contributing people in the research and medical environment. Well done!
Five amazing, clean technologies that will set us free, in this month's energy-focused issue. Also: how to build a better bomb detector, the robotic toys that are raising your children, a human catapult, the world's smallest arcade, and much more.
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