Titan Arm designed to help lift objects wins James Dyson Award

11/11/2013 | NBC News

The Titan Arm, an upper-body exoskeleton that makes lifting objects easier and could aid people with disabilities, has won the James Dyson Award. Created by students at the University of Pennsylvania, the exoskeleton fits onto the back and arm and mimics the movement of muscles to help people manipulate objects.

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