Robotic Legs For Paraplegics

Amanda Boxtel hasn’t walked since a skiing accident left her paralyzed nearly two decades ago.

In the video below, she stands and walks for the first time in 18 years using eLegs, a 45-pound wearable robotic exoskeleton aimed at getting paraplegics out of their wheelchairs and onto their feet. It’s an amazing sight. Official website Berkeley Bionics

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  1. vedtha November 9, 2010