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Upworthy.com by Matt Savener
A year ago, my friend Arash had a terrible accident that paralyzed his legs. But thanks to his hard work and some brilliant engineers, he was able to walk again. This technology could mean freedom and a completely different kind of life for people with paralysis. I can't wait until these cyborgs are walking our streets every day. And yes, wheechairs are really that old.
Oh no! This video has been removed. But you can read about it on Al Jazeera and keep track of Arash's progress on his blog, where he chronicled one year since his accident. You can also contribute to his recovery and check out more cool stuff from Ekso Bionics.
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The promises of advancing technology is nothing less than amazing. Eythor Bender of Berkeley Bionics brings onstage two amazing exoskeletons, HULC and eLEGS -- robotic add-ons that could one day allow a human to carry 200 pounds without tiring, or allow a wheelchair user to stand and walk. It's a powerful onstage demo, with implications for human potential of all kinds.