Robotic exoskeletons are enabling people with paraplegia to stand up, walk, climb stairs and complete marathons. What’s next?
Robotic Exoskeletons: 4 things you need to know
1. The first robotic exoskeleton dates back to the 1960s
But development really took off in the 2000s
Robotic exoskeletons were initially used to rehabilitate people with spinal cord injuries
But are now helping people with paraplegia stand up and walk
2. In 2020, Adam Gorlitsky even completed a mara ...
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