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Latest in Wearable Robots Model Dazzles with Crystal-Studded Robot Hand
By Open Bionics · 20 March, 2015 • Open Bionics 3D printed a custom robot hand studded with Swarovski crystals for Grace Mandeville, who donned the prosthetic at London’s Wearable Tech Show.Tony Stark Delivers Working Iron Man Robot Arm to 7-Year-Old Boy
By Steve Crowe · 13 March, 2015 • Seven-year-old Alex, a huge Iron Man fan, was born with a partially developed right arm. Well, his favorite superhero showed up to give him a working Iron Man bionic limb.You Can Buy This $1 Million Shooting Robot on Amazon
By Steve Crowe · 20 January, 2015 • Kuratas is a $1 million mech suit with a BB Gatling gun that fires off 6,000 rounds per minute. It takes cues from your facial expressions and fires off the Gatling gun when you smile at it.The Best Robots of CES 2015
By RT Staff · 15 January, 2015 • You couldn't escape the robots at CES 2015. Drones, robot toys and humanoids were the talk of Las Vegas. Here are our picks for the best robots of CES 2015.Mobile Robots Invade CES
By RT Staff · 8 January, 2015 • Acton's RocketSkates and the INMOTION V3 unicycle are some examples of the mobile robots invading CES and making smart mobility personal.Low-Cost, High-Function Robotic Hands Featured at CES
By RT Staff · 3 January, 2015 • Don't miss startup Open Bionics at the Intel boothRex Bionics Personal Exoskeleton
By RT Staff · 30 December, 2014 • The Rex Bionics Personal Exoskeleton is a hands-free and self-supporting robotic exoskeleton that is custom fitted and able to navigate stairs and slopes.Parker Hannifin Indego Exoskeleton
By RT Staff · 30 December, 2014 • The Indego exoskeleton from Parker Hannifin mirrors natural human movements; you lean forward to initiate standing or walking and lean backward to stop and sit. There's also an Indego app on your mobile device that allows you to control operation, change settings, and capture data without the need for tethered controls.ReWalk Rehabilitation Exoskeleton
By RT Staff · 30 December, 2014 • ReWalk Robotics' Rehabilitation Exoskeleton is designed for the clinical rehabilitation environment and has been deployed for several years in centers across Europe, Israel and the US.ReWalk Personal Exoskeleton
By RT Staff · 30 December, 2014 • The ReWalk personal exoskeleton can be used at home, work, or other locations. It functions outdoors and on different surfaces or terrains. The ReWalk can sit, stand, allows turning and has the ability to climb and descend stairs.Ekso Bionics GT Exoskeleton
By RT Staff · 30 December, 2014 • The GT exoskeleton from Ekso Bionics is a wearable bionic suit that enables individuals with any amount of lower extremity weakness to stand up and walk over ground with a natural, full weight bearing, reciprocal gait.3-Year-Old Receives 3D Printed, ‘Iron Man’ Hand for Free
By RT Staff · 2 October, 2014 • A three-year-old Hawaiian boy was born with fingers missing on one of his hands. But thanks to a non-profit company and 3D printing, he received an Iron Man-like robotic hand for free.FDA Approves ReWalk Robotics’ Exoskeleton
By RT Staff · 2 July, 2014 • The ReWalk exoskeleton allows some people paralyzed from the waist down to walk again, with the aid of crutches.MIT Develops Wearable Robotic Arms
By RT Staff · 3 June, 2014 • MIT experts have developed Supernumerary Robotic Limbs that strap on like a backpack to augment the number of limbs a person has.Robohand Designing 3D-Printed Roboleg Prosthetic
By Judith Pfeffer · 22 May, 2014 • Roboleg, the latest creation from Pretoria, South Africa-based Robohand, can be created with a Markerbot 3D printer.
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