The prosthetic enabled a test subject to pick up an egg without cracking it, send a text message, peel a banana and hold his wife’s hand.
Robotic Hand Restores Wearer’s Sense of Touch | Smart News | Smithsonian
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Tagged control, cybernetics, feeling, hand, health, medicine, prosthetics, robotics, science, technology, touch |
A team at the University of Maryland is developing drone technology to deliver organs faster and give doctors timely updates on their transit.
Posted in Health, Medicine, News, Robotics, Science, Technology |
Tagged delivery, drone, health, kidney, medicine, organ, science, technology |
A prosthetic voice decodes what the brain intends to say and generates (mostly) understandable speech, no muscle movement needed.
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Tagged artificial intelligence, brain, brain signals, communication, health, medicine, neural networks, prosthetics, research, science, signals, speech, technology, voice, voice synthesis |
Two years after surviving a car crash but losing his arm, Junius Moore — the first recipient of DEKA Research and Development’s “LUKE Arm” — will be able to work in his restaurant and play with his 7-year-old son again.
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Tagged amputee, bionics, cybernetics, DEKA Research and Development, health, Junius Moore, LUKE Arm, medicine, prosthetics, science, technology, thought-controlled |
In an attempt to harness the power of pop, researchers went against the grain to push the boundaries of this staple starch
Popcorn-Powered Robots? Get ‘Em While They’re Hot! | Smart News | Smithsonian
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Tagged engineering, food, mechanical engineering, mechanics, popcorn, robotics, science, technology |
Researchers in Tokyo say they’re a step closer to creating more complex and lifelike body parts made of living tissue and mechanical skeletons.
New Hybrid Robot Uses Living Muscle Tissue to Move
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Tagged Android, biology, Cyborg, hybrid, muscle, rat, research, robot, robotics, science, technology, tissue engineering, Tokyo |