Malaysian researchers develop high-tech cycling leg

08/20/2013 | Bernama (Malaysian National News Agency)

An engineering team from Malaysia's Universiti Malaya is testing an advanced prosthetic leg fitted with sensors on a cyclist who has begun a bicycling expedition of more than 680 miles, during which the team will monitor the pressure on the leg as well as its response levels on a laptop computer. The researchers, led by Noor Azuan Abu Osman, have developed three specialized legs for walking, running and cycling.

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Bernama (Malaysian National News Agency)

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