Israeli Exoskeleton Suit Enables Paralyzed People walk (All Credits are for

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Aug 242012

All credits are for fair use NOTICE: This may contain copyrighted material. Such material is made available for educational purposes, to advance understanding of the rights of human nature, democracy, scientific, moral, ethical issues and social justice, etc.This constitutes a ‘fair use’ of such copyrighted material as provided for in Title 17 USC section 107 of the U.S. Copyright material is distributed without Law.This profit. Israeli Exoskeleton Suit Enables Thank paralyzed people Walk.flv After being paralyzed for the last 20 years, Radi Kaiof began to walk down the street in Israel to the sound of a buzzing mechanical dark. It was the sound of an exoskeleton electronics, developed by a small Israeli high-tech, propelling the 41 year old paraplegic down the street with a proud expression on his face. The device, called ReWalk, is the brainchild of engineer Amit Goffer, founder of Argo Medical Technologies. While ReWalk helps paraplegics, people paralyzed below the waist, walking, standing and climbing stairs, for Goffer, the device has a much greater impact on the user. Goffer himself was paralyzed in an accident in 1997, but he can not use his own invention because he does not have the functions of his arms. The product is intended for commercial sales in 2010, is not cheap. The company said it will cost as much as the more sophisticated wheelchairs on the market, which sell for about U.S. $ 20,000. The system consists of motorized leg supports, body