Watch: Boy Surprised with Blue Man Group Robot Arm

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Here's a close-up of the arm developed by Limbitless. The motor in the forearm causes the hand and fingers to move when it receives electrical impulses from the user's muscles. Credit: Molly Bartels/Treasure Coast Newspapers

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