CSU lab team custom-build helmet liner for Brazil event (w/ video)

Viewers around the world preparing to watch the World Cup next month in Brazil are also to witness a special event where a paralyzed person, with the help of a robotic exoskeleton, will rise from a wheelchair, walk to the center of the field and kick a soccer ball. The mind-controlled exoskeleton is the work of an inspiring global collaboration among scientists, as part of the Walk Again Project.

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CSU lab team custom-build helmet liner for Brazil event (w/ video)


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