Cornell’s Wearable Robotic Third Arm

Here is another wearable robot that you can use to handle things when your hands are not free. Cornell’s Wearable Robotic Forearm is lightweight and had a wide range of motion. It can be used to pick things up and hand others things when your hands are occupied.

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