Building A Real Life 'Iron Man'
Decades of research, development, and considerable investment have made bionic technology a reality. One example is Ekso Bionics, a company that sells a $130,000 exoskeleton that they say helps paraplegics walk again. From a project that started around $25 million in military related grants, Ekso Bionics has now moved out of the lab and into the mainstream, setting up shop in Europe.
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