Bionic Device Allows Paralyzed Patients To Walk

Bionic Device Allows Paralyzed Patients To Walk
Design

The eLEGS Exoskeleton helps the wheel chair-bound to move freely.

Naresh Kumar
  • 8 october 2010

Berkeley Bionics has introduced its new product, an exoskeleton that enables the wheel chair-bound to walk. eLEGS is an artificially intelligent, battery-powered bionic device that fits comfortably over a user’s clothing and promises to offer an enhanced level of mobility. It is easy to put on and take off and allows the wearer to walk naturally, unlike conventional exoskeletons.

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