$1 Million Bionic Man Looks Strikingly Human

$1 Million Bionic Man Looks Strikingly Human

'Rex' doesn't have working vital organs, but 60-70% of the human body was replicated for the world's first bionic man.

Emma Hutchings
  • 8 february 2013

The world’s first bionic man, who is known as ‘Rex’, has been unveiled at the Science Museum in central London this week. The two-metre tall artificial human points towards a future where we’ll be able to replace human parts with man-made ones– the ‘bionic’ man is no longer reserved to sci-fi fantasy worlds.

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