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Biostamp by MC10, via dezeen: Flexible electronic circuits that stick directly to the skin like temporary tattoos and monitor the wearer's health. Potentially these could be used in healthcare to monitor patients in their normal environment and without tethering them to large machinery. #Biotech #Biostamp

Biostamp by via dezeen: Flexible electronic circuits that stick directly to the skin like temporary tattoos and monitor the wearer's health. Potentially these could be used in healthcare to monitor patients in their normal environment.

a hand for a friend

Design student Evan Kuester is far from the first person to use the customizability options and relatively low cost of printing to replace a body part. There are prosthetic jaws, prosthetic.

Walking Aid for Foot Injuries- an Alternative to Crutches by Adeline Thong at Coroflot.com

Footwork - As arms are not designed to carry the human weight, the usage of crutches is often strenous and painful. As such, the design adopts a hands-free interface, which allows the user to walk wit.

World’s first bio-robot runs on Russian artificial intelligence technology

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has given clearance to RP-VITA, developed jointly by iRobot Corp and InTouch Health. It's touted as the first autonomous navigation remote presence robot to get the nod from the FDA.

Open-Source Cyborg Hand is Making Prosthetics More Accessible Than Ever

HACKberry, the open sourced printed bionic hand created by Japanese company exiii, is not only more functional than some prosthetic hands, but is also obtainable at just a fraction of the price. via exiii

The Modular Prosthetic Limb (MPL) is a brain-controlled prosthetic that has nearly as much dexterity as a natural limb, and allows independent movement of fingers