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
i have seen your web address for the use of robotic machine for disables. it is wonderful to see, hear. but we did not get full contact details of that so please send me the full contact details of the robotic machines as early as possible
The official website is berkeleybionics.com