For many, picking up a grape, playing Guitar Hero, or taking a sip from a bottled drink are not typically a daily challenge. Thanks to the Defense Advance Research Project Agency, these are now actions some arm amputees can take for granted as well.
The DARPA Revolutionizing Prosthetics programs aim to provide an artificial limb to restore full motor and sensory capability to upper extremity amputee patients that will feel, look and perform like the native limb. The agency is on track to dedicate more than $100 million to making this a success.
// By Marines Magazine Staff
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