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#91 - tabarzins (07/05/2013) [-]
I always wonder how close we're coming till this can be true.
#316 to #91 - anonymous (07/05/2013) [-]
Vets are the only ones who can afford nerve controlled arm prosthesis. A pair is like over 4mil dollars.


Legs are reletively cheap. They do not require nerve control and can be heavier than arms (aka not completely titanium). Furthermore functional legs do not require having knees to work. If you have anything extending off the hip, we can get you walking again. Not running, but walking. You still need knees if you want to run.
#301 to #91 - thundagawd (07/05/2013) [-]
We're closer than you think. Granted, we're not at the level of Deus Ex or i Robot or anything, but medical science is moving pretty 						*******					 quickly. It's just a shame it never gets as much attention as other fields of study.   
   
www.giantfreakinrobot.com/sci/flesh-scientists-grow-cybernetic-tissue.html
We're closer than you think. Granted, we're not at the level of Deus Ex or i Robot or anything, but medical science is moving pretty ******* quickly. It's just a shame it never gets as much attention as other fields of study.

www.giantfreakinrobot.com/sci/flesh-scientists-grow-cybernetic-tissue.html
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