Exoskeletons Helping Assist People Perform Daily Activities
Progress is being made on something that, until recently, may have only seemed possible in science fiction or superhero stories.
It’s an exoskeleton that could assist people in performing daily activities when their own bodies, because of health problems or aging, are no longer able to.
To learn more, we spoke with Bradley Greger. He is an assistant professor at Arizona State University who specializes in neural engineering and neural systems research.