Bionic Legs Allow Paraplegics to Get Up and Walk
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Posted October 15, 2010 by in Community Manager

A robotic exoskeleton called eLEGS enables people who have been paralyzed below the waist to walk again. The technology, the latest in a line of "human augmentation robotics systems" that Berkeley Bionics has created with the Robotics and Human Engineering Laboratory at the University of California, Berkeley, is geared toward consumers — the 6 million or so paraplegics in the U.S. who are bound to wheelchairs.


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