U.S. experts from the University of Arizona have developed what they say the most biologically-accurate robotic legs to date.
They said the work could help understanding of how babies learn to walk and also make advances in spinal-injury treatment. The artificial legs not only mimic the walking movement of human beings, they also reproduce the actions taking place in our nervous system that allows us to walk.
The researchers had created a version of the message system, that g...
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