A new device from Amazon, leaked photos of the newest iPhone and a bionic kangaroo are just a few of the technologies that caught our eyes.
A German laboratory presents their most ambitious bioinspired robot yet.
This week, tech delves deep into the microscopic and then soars high into space.
Industrial robots could one day use bionic elephant trunks to change lightbulbs or pick apples. Continue reading →
Sensors measure and convert the tension from artificial tendons into an electrical current that nerves in this man's arm receive and interpret. Continue reading →
Bionic tools are no longer restricted to the pages of science fiction. Real, amazing advances are being made, and they promise to transform the way humans experience the world. Trace lists some of the most exciting bionic inventions to date.
Roboticists create an amalgam of the most advanced human prostheses -- from robotic limbs to artificial organs to a blood-pumping circulatory system.
Twenty-four preset grip patterns provide dexterity and control for daily tasks. ->
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