first_img This story originally appeared on Engadget 1 min read Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Register Now » Segway creator Dean Kamen’s Luke prosthetic arm has been a long time in coming — the FDA approved it two years ago. At last, however, it’s nearly here. Mobius Bionics has revealed that it will offer the Luke arm sometime in late 2016.It’s not clear what it will take to get one (you can register your interest today), but the features remain the same. The bionic wearable is all about offering the life-like dexterity that hasn’t really been an option until now: you can hold a glass over your head without spilling it, for example, and the hand’s mix of four motors and grip sensors can help you grab both very delicate and very heavy items. The odds are that getting one won’t be trivial, but it might well be justified if it grants some extra freedom.To learn more, watch this short video. Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. July 11, 2016last_img

Segway Creators Advanced Prosthetic Arm Arrives in Late 2016

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