DARPA & Wyss Institute – Soft Robotic Exosuit Testing




In this video, Harvard faculty member Conor Walsh and members of his team explain how the biologically inspired Soft Exosuit targets enhancing the mobility of healthy individuals and restoring the mobility of those with physical disabilities.
Source: Wyss Institute
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