RoboWear8 Wearable Walking Robot for the Disabled

Meet the RoboWear8: a wearable walking robot that helps people who have a spinal cord injury or disability to get up and walk. It comes with low-watt motors for hips and knees. Users can change mode using a wristwatch.

The developers used a motion sensor around the waist to detect the intention of the user. This video shows how RoboWear8 works.

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