The Best in Bionics
After losing part of his arm to cancer, Johnny now has one of the world's most advanced prosthetics.More Info about The real bionic man
Touch is a sensation that connects us all. This scientist created electronic skin that lets people with prosthetic limbs feel.More Info about Electric skin gives sensation back to amputees
Through "passive haptic learning", these gloves can teach you how to play the piano in an hour. Braille in four hours. Now researchers want to see if victims of traumatic brain injuries can use these gloves to re-learn critical skills.More Info about These gloves can teach you to play the piano. And maybe heal your brain.
Neil Harbisson was born colorblind. Now he has an antenna implant in his skill to hear color and create beautiful works of art.More Info about The cyborg artist who hears color
Alec McMorris is testing one of the world’s most advanced prosthetics - an AI powered bionic leg.More Info about The emerging cyborg
A brain implant connected to electrodes could offer hope to those who have lost function in their limbs.More Info about Brain implant gives quadriplegic movement