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On November 2 in Tokyo, auto maker Toyota unveiled several robotic devices designed to help paralyzed people and the elderly walk.
These robots include sensors that detect the user’s posture, grasp and holding strength, and motor control technology that facilitates someone’s desired motion.
It’s no secret that Regis Philbin has been waging an ongoing war with technology. Fans of ‘Live With Regis and Kelly’ will recall that he’s struggled with nearly every device known to man, including cell phones, fax machines, computers, iPods and even ATMs. The guy is old-fashioned, you see.
Learning to ride a bike all by yourself is a big step in growing up. For robots, however, it means being getting redesigned as an all new model.
Dr Guero took the Kondo KHR-3HV and upgraded it to ride a bike. Clearly it’s only a matter of time before Lil’ BikeTron 5000 achieves sentience and enslaves humanity.
Swiss researchers say new technology that interacts with smartphones could revolutionize the treatment of heart patients.
The device in question consists of four electrode sensors attached to the skin and linked to a radio module and computer chip that clips onto a patient’s belt. Data from the device is sent to a smartphone and can be viewed in real-time for up to 150 hours on a single charge. An