BIONIC


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AcronymDefinition
BIONICBelieve It or Not I Care
BIONICBiological Electronic
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Bionic Vision Technologies Executive Chairman Robert Klupacs said that manufacturing the next generation 99 electrode model would harness Australia's existing world class manufacturing expertise in laser-assisted fabrication, microelectronics design, chip-scale hermetic encapsulation and electrode integration all skills that have been honed by the UNSW team.
His mum said he doesn't let anything hold him back, but he wants bionic hands to help him become more independent.
AlterG, who claim it is the world's first bionic leg, developed the device to help patients after stroke, injury, orthopaedic surgery or traumatic brain injury.
The bionic eye uses a camera fitted to a pair of glasses that transmits images to a microchip which is fitted just behind the retina.
He was the first patient in the world to test the bionic hand as part of a study published yesterday in the Science Translational Medicine journal.
To prepare for the bionic arm, he underwent the groundbreaking nerve transfer surgery - targeted muscle reinnervation - in Austria in January 2011.
As it turns out, this bionic man comes cheaper than his $6-million-dollar sci-fi cousin.
The global medical bionic implants market has been segmented as vision bionics, ear bionics, orthopedic bionics, heart bionics, and neural/brain bionics.
Now, for a mere one million dollars, you can make an entire bionic man.
A bionic man, which has artificial organs, synthetic blood and robotic limbs, has gone on display at London's Science Museum.
How to Build a Bionic Man (Channel 4, Thursday, 9pm) | ALL the info released by Channel 4 about this programme mentions Frankenstein, but the subject matter covered here is more Steve Austin than Boris Karloff.
London, Jan 29 ( ANI ): After spending six million dollars to create bionic superhero Steve Austin, scientists have now built a real bionic man from artificial limbs for a sixth of the price.