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Old 02-14-2011, 11:13 PM
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DARPA's Brain-Controlled Robotic Arm Fast-Tracked, Could Be Available in Just Four Years | Popular Science

Well if everything goes all right then it will be coming out. Currently going into testing the device would require a chip put in your brain and then they will see if the body rejects it or if there is any problem in moving the arm. After a few weeks to get use to it you could be driving and typing on a computer in no time I for one would have my arm chopped off and replaced with one of these because it looks so cool!! No need for the synthetic skin just want to be walking down the street shirtless with two of these on me like:
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Old 02-15-2011, 09:02 AM
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There was really cool robotic tech that was featured during the CES 2011 Las Vegas show back in january as it's really starting to look like robotics is coming soon for the elderly and disabled especially about what's all being developed in Japan.
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