eLEGS is a unique exoskeleton for general consumers designed to allow wheelchair-bound folks to walk. The product, based on some early work at the Berkeley Robotics and Human Engineering lab. In this video, a nearly paralyzed young woman walks again after 18 years.
- Berkeley Bionics reveals eLEGS exoskeleton, aims to help paraplegics walk in 2011 (engadget.com)
- Lightweight Exoskeleton Gives Paraplegics New Legs (wired.com)
- Robotic legs for paraplegics march forward (news.cnet.com)
- Walking With Paralysis Is Now a Reality [Video] (gizmodo.com)