Until geneticists figure out how to fully grow a severed hand, we will still have to rely on technologies like electrodes that sense a person’s muscle patterns to control a bionic hand. Which is exactly what this Formula 1 racing fan received and with his new hand, Matthew James can do more things with it than he ever has with his older prosthetic hand.
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Check out this new bionic hand which allows the user to control each finger independently. Sci-fi just became real! A lot better than this one over here.
Imagine not being able to do something as simple as hold a cup or a newspaper, or shake someone’s hand. These are all daily activities which are now possible for a local vet, for the first time in four decades, CBS station WBZ-TV in Boston reports.
Karl Chapin, 59, demonstrated his new state-of-the-art bionic arm at Hang
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