A group of American engineers use artificial organs, limbs and other body tissues, successfully assembled breathing, talk and walk the realistic biochemical cyborg (bionic man), 11 in New York Comic Con International public appearance.
University of Zurich, Switzerland, and with his social psychologist Mel modeled biochemical cyborg in New York City photo.
According to U.S. media reported on October 13, a group of American engineers use artificial organs, limbs and other body tissues, successfully assembled breathing, talk and walk the realistic biochemical cyborg (bionic man), 11 in New York Comic Con International Open appearance.
U.S. media this month on the 20th night will be broadcast the documentary “Incredible biochemical cyborg” (The Incredible Bionic Man), describe how these engineers use artificial kidneys, blood circulation system, has been to implantable electronic ear and retina and other components, assembly to the actual operation of the robot.
Presided over the program’s shadow robot company director Volker (Richard Walker) that they use all over the world 17 vendors module assembly biochemical cyborg in order to show how much progress has been medicine.
He said this with a robot height 6.5 feet (about 1.98 meters), with approximately 60-70% of real functions can help Rex walker machines, walking, sitting and standing.
It configures the artificial heart can beat and facilitate the use of electronic tools artificial blood circulation, like humans carry oxygen. It is also used implantable artificial kidney to replace modern dialysis machines.
Although many of the components used in the robot can play a necessary function, but still far away for human use. For example, it’s just a prototype artificial kidney. It is also still lacks many important components, no digestive system, liver or skin. Of course, it is also no-brainer.
This biochemical cyborg is the University of Zurich 36-year-old social psychologist Mel (Bertolt Meyer) was modeled. Mel born without a left arm, equipped with biochemical electronic prosthetic.
He said: “We hope to be able to display technology due to accident or illness, loss of nose, or other body of persons, providing beautiful prostheses.”
Components used in this experiment was donated by the parties, worth about $ 1 million.