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Tag: Prosthetic

BeBionic3 Prosthetic Gives You a Hand That Luke Skywalker Would Want

BeBionic3 Prosthetic Gives You a Hand That Luke Skywalker Would Want
Prosthetic limbs are getting more and more advanced. Between Oscar “Blade Runner” Pistorius, also known as “the fastest man on no legs”, and mind-controlled mechanical legs, it’s only a matter of time before full cybernetic replacement body parts are available.

Openwound Prosthetics Transform Your Legs From Fine to Bloody Fine

Openwound Prosthetics Transform Your Legs From Fine to Bloody Fine
The biggest wound I ever had when I was a kid was about two inches in diameter. It hurt, it looked gross, and I probably cried buckets whenever my mom would change the dressing. But those nasty looking open wounds you see on this girl’s knees down below?
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Man Gets a Smartphone Dock Built into His Limb (His Prosthetic Arm, That Is)

Man Gets a Smartphone Dock Built into His Limb (His Prosthetic Arm, That Is)
It’s already hard enough trying to balance everything, even when you’ve got two arms. There’s a reason why people are warned against using their smartphones while driving, while crossing the street, or when doing other stuff that requires a person’s full attention.

Modern Cyborg: Amputee Demonstrates Bionics

Modern Cyborg: Amputee Demonstrates Bionics
It looks like cyborgs are among us, thanks to bionic prosthetics that amputees can now have attached to replace their missing limbs. The BBC is reporting about the cases of two elective amputees, who had lost the ability to use their hands.
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