Robotic Arm Gives Teenager with Brittle Bone Syndrome More Independence
Added Nov 13, 2013 | Rate View top rated
Dee Faught lives with osteogenesis imperfecta, a genetic condition that makes his bones especially brittle. Bioengineering students at Rice University designed the R-ARM, a robotic device for Faught that fits his motorized chair. The arm will allow Faught to perform tasks most people take for granted.
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