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A company in Israel develops a remote-controlled exoskeleton, that enables paralyzed people to walk.
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stylnjj84 3 years ago
That's great! It's always good to see the less fortunate succeeding in life and not giving up.
player1 3 years ago
20000 $ for a wheelchair???
JEDDS 3 years ago
$20,000 FOR A CAR . sounds moar like it.
Bream73 3 years ago
what a great device for wheel chair bound people. If theres a market to exploit u can bet who'll be there. Thats not a bad thing either particularly in this case
Fergus_Thedog 3 years ago
I'm going to save like hell for 5 - 10 years then get one of the next generation that lets me run at 100kph and jump over my house.
Usdevildoggmc 2 years ago
GET YOURS TODAY!!! For the amazing price of...... An arm and a leg!
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LQoQK 2 years ago
will good to see israel working on this to help palistinian kids who lives after the random attacks, unlike http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muhammad_al-Durrah_incident
YetiGrowl 2 years ago
must. always. walk. like. robot.
and yes #2, they can get even more expensive. think of stephen hawking's chair and how much that bad boy is!
hafa 2 years ago
Good job !! joy to disabled vets
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imagic 2 years ago
great invention ! lots of people could use something like this, also both israeli ánd palestinian people. but i am afraid only rich people will get one, or soldiers from the wrong countries
badboy007 2 years ago
Americans will be using this very soon.
ImprsdBySmartVid 2 years ago
#11 : who are "soldiers for wrong countries" ? Soldiers from democracies? (like USA, Israel, most of european states, Japan...) Or "soldiers" (kind of-) from Talibans and similar idiotic morons? Being weak, love martyrdom, shooting civilians by easiness and loose every war you begun doesn't make you the good guy and not even the God guy, special dedication to Ben Laden and co.!
Whoever you'd like to let alone with theirs wheelchairs, everybody should be taken in care by doctors (Hippocratic Oath and so on : http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/A1103798). Of course it's too late for successful suicide bombers I'm so afraid for that.
If this great invention cost now 20000$, tomorrow it will be less expensive.
imagic 2 years ago
#13, israel certainly would be in my list..... And if this becomes avaliable sometime in the future for normal people ( not soldiers!) i defenately will get one for my daughter which is in a wheelchair. due to some of those "great" doctors in a childrenshospital
sux2bu 2 years ago
#7 take a lesson from #10...you might learn something about faked "martyrdom".
This is a great invention that hopefully will be available to all who could use it.
GradX 2 years ago
i'm with #5, i want to be able to kick a poodle into outer space and fight off killer robots with my exo-skeleton suit.
Denaro 2 years ago
#6 - i feel like im going to go to hell for laughing at that comment... awesome though
LQoQK 2 years ago
#15 and the whole world, including myself, if its mohammed al durrah killed by Israelies, or islamic bombers who kills civilians. all acts of terrorisims shall be treated equally. non of the muslims I know support any of these attacks or killing civilians. but to kill civilians (specially kids, females, Old folks) and in day light (Mohammed or else) and to get away with it and be supported is not human at all.
Calvinius 2 years ago
That thing better had a in built zapper for thieves for that kind of money.
RandurSource 2 years ago
Reminds me of Wallace & Gromit - The Wrong Trousers
3 years ago
400 x 300 px
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