Robotic ankle could provide normal gait to artificial limb users

Researchers at Arizona State University are working on a robotic ankle, called Spring Ankle with Regenerative Kinetics, or SPARKy, that could enable users of prosthetic legs to walk and run with a smooth gait. The device uses springs that store energy necessary to set in motion the artificial leg.

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