Researchers at the University of Bristol have created pants embedded with artificial muscle technology designed to help people with mobility issues. The robotic pants, which contain plastic bubbles filled with air to aid in raising the leg from a seated to a standing position, are undergoing further research and will not likely hit the market for 10 years.
Artificial muscles embedded in pants could aid in mobility
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