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EduExo DIY Kit Lets You Build Exoskeletons

EduExo is a 3D-printable, Arduino-powered kit for students, hobbyists and educators that teaches how to build exoskeletons.
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Exoskeleton Lets Paralyzed Veteran Walk Again
By Steven Verberg, Wisconsin State Journal · 18 March, 2014 • Army Sgt. Dan Rose is the second paralyzed U.S. military veteran to own a motorized exoskeleton from Ekso Bionics.
Amputee Drummer Gains Third Arm With Robotic Prosthesis
By Carey Dunne, Fast Company · 13 March, 2014 • A rock musician regains his career with the aid of the robotic prosthesis that turns him into a 'three-armed power-drumming cyborg.' The performer can control either one drumstick or two with his right 'arm.'
Paralyzed Woman Walks with 3D Printed Exoskeleton
By Mary-Ann Russon, IBTimes · 21 February, 2014 • Ekso Bionics and 3D Systems collaborated on the patient-specific suit
Wearable Robot Mimics Leg Muscles to Help Foot and Ankle Rehabilitation
By via The Engineer · 22 January, 2014 • Pneumatic artificial muscles and sensors create a soft exoskeleton ideal for leg rehabilitation.

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