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Tuesday, August 12, 2014

LUKE (.com?) -- Fascinating Investment-Grade: Katie Couric Interviews Bionic Arm Inventor Dean Kamen

Inventor Dean Kamen and his team at DEKA Research and Development, based in New Hampshire, have developed "Luke," a robotic prosthetic arm, aptly nicknamed after Luke Skywalker.  The arm is considered a game changer for amputees. "Instead of giving them a metal hook that they can't do anything with, what if we can give them a bunch of grips to do the things you do in daily living? Pick up a spoon or pick up an electric drill or open a door," says Kamen. Looks like is owned by Cisco engineer Luke Matthys and not on service. More via Yahoo...

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