Artificial legs feature powered ankle and knee joints

11/10/2013 | Yahoo

Researchers at Vanderbilt University have developed a robotic prosthesis that has fully powered ankle and knee joints, using brushless electric motors, sensors, processors and lithium-ion batteries. These lightweight electronics make it possible for prostheses to function more like human legs, they say.

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