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BerkeleyBionics Gives Paralyzed Woman Her Legs Back

October 7th, 2010 10:35 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

eLEGS is a unique exoskeleton for general consumers designer to allow wheelchair-bound folks to walk. The product, based on some early work at the Berkeley Robotics and Human Engineering lab. In this video, a nearly paralyzed young woman walks again after 18 years.

The company, BerkeleyBionics, is holding a press conference today at 10:30am PST to reveal some new products. However, I think the video says it all, however. To quote Paul Simon, this is the age of miracles and wonder. It’s quite hard to be cynical about this technology when it can do so much for so many.

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