Monday, June 21, 2004

Redefining the Front Lines in Reversing War's Toll:: We need this to become more common. It helps good people become more active, could help millions of people wheel-chairs, and could also be used like this to turn an average person into this.
With sensors attached to his body and with eight high-speed, infrared cameras recording his movements, Sgt. Luke Wilson walked back and forth inside the gait and motion laboratory at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Reading the data, a computer turned him into a mobile stick figure on the screen, instantly measuring how his body is accommodating the prosthetic device that now serves as his left leg.
More of this please.

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