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Touch Bionics introduces a prosthesis simulator as well as upgrades to its i-Limb bionic hand.
14-year-old Matthew James was born without a left hand, but a Formula One team helped him go bionic with an i-Limb Pulse.
Matthew James, born without a hand, wrote to the Mercedes F1 team asking if they'd mind giving him £35,000 to pay for an i-Limb Pulse. They didn't.
Japanese start-up ITK wants to market its basic robot hand for about $6,500, including a glove controller.
Touch Bionics upgrades its bionic hand with the i-Limb Pulse, allowing users to increase their grip strength on grasped objects.