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DESIGN West keynoter envisions biomechatronic future

4/25/2013 09:48 PM EDT
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William Miller   4/26/2013 12:48:23 PM
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I just saw the video with Hugh Herr walking on the stage. His walk looks normal, natural. That's how new technology works. The problem is that most people needing legs, simply can't afford them. backpacker travel insurance

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Sparky_Watt   4/26/2013 9:39:52 PM
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Helping someone who has lost their legs BELOW the knee has become fairly easy. Above the knee is another matter.

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