May 22, 2008
Of course, he has before, but not by the idea of a robotic arm by a Wiimote less exciting, especially when the arm is actually felt. This ability is greatly facilitated by the fact that this new configuration was by a member of National Instruments, has exercised some of its LabVIEW and hardware specifically Bluetooth adapter to connect the poor to browse, a wrist (or Wiimote by the Buttons on the camera).
February 7, 2008
It is still formal clinical trials, but Dean Kamen called “Luke” artificial arm already has its share of tests, we are now lucky to catch a glimpse of a new video courtesy of the folks at IEEE Spectrum Online. The same video also offers helpful a few more details on the arm, including word that they can be controlled through a variety of means, including foot pedals, nerves or muscles, and that it packs force feedback to give the carrier a reference to Grip strength, according Among other sci-fi-like things. Of course, all this does exactly the arm of the law, so be sure that you have the video on the link below to read, to see it for yourself in action.