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I need to ask again, do you think that this idea could acually sell? It will be a LOT cheaper than an "real" robotic prosthetic and money is probably an issue for any disabled person. It may not be very practical and the solution causes slow action, but i thinkthose people may still find it as an freedom beeing able to do some things on their own that they else wouldn't be able to. And, this arm means no operation and could be used right away after the purchase...
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