Lest there be any doubt, the science of robotics isn't being used only to produce robotic skeleton, by contrast, has been developed by Japanese researchers with a decidedly humanitarian goal: to help the partially paralyzed regain movement.or to populate . This
Using the synthetic blue muscles of the exoskeleton pictured here, patients can theoretically help their limbs relearn their intended motions. A paralyzed left arm, for example, can mimic the movement of a healthy right one to help patients remember "the feeling of moving the arm themselves," according to Ubergizmo. The skeleton, developed jointly by Panasonic and Kobe Gakuin University, weighs about 4 pounds and could be on the market by 2009.