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Can we use our brains to directly control machines? Miguel Nicolelis suggests yes, showing how a clever monkey in the US learned to control a robot arm in Japan purely with its thoughts. The research has big implications for quadraplegic people -- and in fact, it powered the exoskeleton that kicked off the 2014 World Cup.
3D printing is about to blow your mind. Read more about this Bespoke Innovations 3Dprinted artificial limb and other crazy stuff on the T324 blog!
Murr-ma is a specialized prosthesis that extends the experiences of swimming and running on the beach to amputees or those with mobile disability. Designers: Julia Johnson, Thomas Essl, Yuki Machida & Damien Rocca