Cyberdyne to rent out assistive-limb suit in Japan

10/8/2008 | MSNBC

Cyberdyne is set on Friday to begin renting out its "hybrid assistive limb" -- a robotic suit designed for use in people with mobility problems -- in Japan for $2,200 per month. The battery-operated device uses sensors that can read and transmit brain signals to automated leg braces to help people walk.

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