The Future Of Touch-Sensitive Prosthetic Limbs: Real-Time Sensory Information
New research marks an important step toward new technology that, if implemented successfully, would increase the dexterity and clinical viability of robotic prosthetic limbs - touch-sensitive prosthetics that could convey real-time sensory information to amputees via a direct interface with the brain.
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Since: Mar 07
#1 Oct 16, 2013
may find the burgeoning sex industry to be the way to go in toutchy feely cybernetic research though, as it has a much larger client base and a considerably higher resource donation sector for the research & development!
Have a nice day: Ag
Since: Apr 07
#2 Oct 21, 2013
Hey, that industry launched VCRs, if it does the same for people without hands, that's a win.
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