Fourier X1 Exoskeleton Helps Disabled People Walk

Meet the Fourier X1 Exoskeleton: a wearable robot that uses 4 motors to actuate hips and joints and help disabled people to get off their wheelchair and live more independently. The robot allows people with spinal cord and other serious injuries walk, and climb the stairs.

The robot is expected to be more affordable than comparable exoskeletons on the market.

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