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ve the leg, and the knee. It adds a highly abstruse joint to act as the knew knee, and reduces motion appropriate to do things most of us take for granted, like stand up or climb stairs.

Why is it cool?

This type of analysis gets us a step closer to being cyborgs! Okay, not really.

What’s cool about these sorts of forward-thinking projects is it maximizes human abeyant even after injury. At some point, as technology continues to advance, it’ll lead to a world where major setbacks (like amputation) are no longer a dramatically life-altering acquaintance for those affected.

In fact, it could just lead to architecture faster, stronger, and more mobile versions of our archetypal selves. We’re not quite there yet, but it’s easy to see the progression of this type of technology over time.

When is it coming?

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