Student Reynolds, who lost his arm in a terrible car accident, told a Scottish technology company allowed him to once again begin to make hundreds of everyday things that once he perceived self-evident. Artificial arm i-Limb has built engines that provide more accurate and higher sensitivity compared to other prosthetic devices. This arm is mounted to the amputees and a rechargeable battery and sensors that track currents in the muscles, which once operated by hand. The development of this hands lasted 20 years – but in the end, it has 5 separate working fingers. Artificial arm i-Limb worth $ 18,000 is developed by the Scottish company Touch Bionics. Reynolds became the second British, who has an opportunity to test it. Unlike previous artificial limbs, i-Limb can control the force of jam, which gives a greater degree of control to the user.

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