samzenpus from the gentlemen-we-can-rebuild-him dept.
Gugo writes "German based company FESTO has develop a bionic arm that uses muscle emulation,(video included) with a product called 'fluidic muscle.' It works like a normal animal-human muscle but moved by air inside.
This new type of prosthetic offers rapid response, small size, simple assembly and ease of control.
On their website they show the range of fluidic muscles with a car race simulator."
"If there isn't a population problem, why is the government putting cancer in
-- the elder Steptoe, c. 1970