On display at the tech show at the Javits Center is the only computerized prosthetic leg called C-leg by a Canadian company, Otto Bock. There is a documentary about this leg, and it is truly awesome. The software is spectacular. It senses everything, as though the person’s brain is sending the usual messages to muscles in the leg, except it’s the computer sensing everything and sending the messages to the artificial leg.



One Response to “Computerized Prosthetic Leg”

  1. Raymond Horn on November 28th, 2007 4:20 pm

    I have a C-Leg and would like to have Instructions on how to install a new battery’

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