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A robot ankle for amputees


curated by | September 1, 2012

“Until recently, an artificial leg was an inert object—a clunky piece of wood or plastic that supported a user, but didn’t help much beyond that. But these days artificial limbs can contain advanced sensors and microprocessors, and their motors can provide a power boost for each step.” (IEEE Spectrum)

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