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The next step in bionics - CBS News: Exos, Tibion bionic leg

The next step in bionics - CBS News: Exos, Tibion bionic leg | Exoskeleton Systems | Scoop.it
CBS Sunday Morning: The next step in bionics - It's not just in sci-fi movies: High-tech prosthetics are transforming lives in ways never before imagined...
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Powered Exoskeleton Helps Stroke Victims Walk - Netherlands, LOPES lower exo

Powered Exoskeleton Helps Stroke Victims Walk - Netherlands, LOPES lower exo | Exoskeleton Systems | Scoop.it
Powered Exoskeleton: University of Twente in Ensched-Scientists and engineers in the Netherlands say their powered exoskeleton, prototype "robot legs" could improve the movement and walking of stoke victims.
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Robotland: US Robotics supported by the U.S. President

Robotland: US Robotics supported by the U.S. President | Exoskeleton Systems | Scoop.it
Visions, ideas, innovations, awards, trends and reports from leading robotics research and development places in the world. Robotland is a free information service edited by Wolfgang Heller, Infonaut AB, Sweden.
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MAKE | Making Movable Art and Robotics a Little Easier with Arduino

MAKE | Making Movable Art and Robotics a Little Easier with Arduino | Exoskeleton Systems | Scoop.it
Making Movable Art and Robotics a Little Easier with Arduino @ San Jose Mercury News... Judy Castro doesn't have a background in engineering. But with Arduino, she doesn't need one to make her sc.
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Berkeley Bionics Becomes Ekso Bionics

Berkeley Bionics Becomes Ekso Bionics | Exoskeleton Systems | Scoop.it
BERKELEY, CA--(Marketwire - Oct 13, 2011) - Berkeley Bionics, designer and creator of exoskeletons that physically augment humans, has rebranded both the company name and its product line.
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Mind control: Pushing the limits-

Mind control: Pushing the limits- | Exoskeleton Systems | Scoop.it

Mentions of the Emotive device and Cyberdyne Systems

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HAL robot walker shown off at CEATEC 2011 |

HAL robot walker shown off at CEATEC 2011 | | Exoskeleton Systems | Scoop.it
CEATEC has always been well-known for its showcasing of new products in the pasture of artificial intelligence and this period was of no exception, next to Intel and the CEO of Asian country corporation Cyberdyne screening ...
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Twitter / LLRX: Body suit may soon enable ...

Body suit may soon enable the paralyzed to walk - http://t.co/N2Fq5gEO
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Body suit may soon enable the paralyzed to walk - http://t.co/N2Fq5gEO (Research team takes key step toward goal of a ‘prosthetic exoskeleton’ a quadriplegic could command by brain power.)...
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Japanese Exo

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Exoskeleton robotic legs train stroke victims to walk again - DVICE

Exoskeleton robotic legs train stroke victims to walk again - DVICE | Exoskeleton Systems | Scoop.it
University of Twente in Ensched, LOPES system, with video clip
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Sensory feedback via implants in brain...of monkeys

Sensory feedback via implants in brain...of monkeys | Exoskeleton Systems | Scoop.it
Los Angeles TimesBody suit may soon enable the paralyzed to walkLos Angeles TimesAn international research team announces it has taken a key step toward achieving its goal of a 'prosthetic exoskeleton' that a quadriplegic could command by brain...
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Kessler Foundation Identifies Six Participants to Test Ekso - PR Newswire (press release)

Kessler Foundation Identifies Six Participants to Test EksoPR Newswire (press release)WEST ORANGE, NJ, Oct.
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Raytheon Company – Raytheon Unveils 2nd Generation Exoskeleton Robotic Suit | nexRobot

Raytheon Company – Raytheon Unveils 2nd Generation Exoskeleton Robotic Suit | nexRobot | Exoskeleton Systems | Scoop.it
On September 23, 2010, Clark Gregg -- the actor known for his recurring role as Agent Phil Coulson in Marvel Studios' Iron Man (Raytheon Company - Raytheon Unveils 2nd Generation Exoskeleton Robotic Suit -
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Austin | Berkeley Robotics & Human Engineering Laboratory

Austin | Berkeley Robotics & Human Engineering Laboratory | Exoskeleton Systems | Scoop.it

more on Berkeley Exo technology

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NASA Contractor Shows New Technology - HULC

NASA Contractor Shows New TechnologyThe Lincoln TribuneThis exoskeleton, called HULC, allows a person to carry more than 100 kilograms with ease. Former astronaut Rick Hieb, who is now a Lockheed Martin vice president, explains how it works.
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Cyberdyne HAL in Canadian healthcare

Cyberdyne HAL in Canadian healthcare | Exoskeleton Systems | Scoop.it
Professor Yoshiyuki Sankai of Tsukuba University took to the stage and discussed the HAL, a robotic exoskeleton which amplifies surface EMG signals and is designed to support the user in their daily activities
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Walk Again Project wants to have a brain machine interface exoskeleton help a quadriplegic walk by 2014

RT @nextbigfuture: Walk Again Project wants to have a brain machine interface exoskeleton help a quadriplegic walk by 2014: The Wal...
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