Billed as the world's first bionic ankle system, the BiOM uses battery-powered robotics to mimic leg muscles and adjust to changing terrain. The foot provides a powered push-off that propels the wearer forward, helping them maintain a natural walking motion in each phase of their gait.
When was the last time a corporate worker scheduled time for a project not to be worked on? Even if some appreciate the idea of taking a break, they look sideways at those who actually take one.
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