He is blue, has many wires and has achieved what no other robot has ever done — throw out the first pitch at a Major League baseball game.
A robot developed by Detroit-area high school students will toss out the first pitch at Wednesday night’s Detroit Tigers game against the Toronto Blue Jays.
The hope of walking again is becoming a reality for many thanks to a new piece of technology at a local hospital.
This week, DMC Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan became the eighth rehabilitation hospital in the United States to receive Ekso, a wearable, robotic exoskeleton that powers people with lower extremity paralysis or weakness to get them standing up and walking.
Some interesting videos show up on the internet yesterday. The 1st one is of a robot throwing out the 1st pitch of the Phillies game yesterday. Click here to see that video The 2nd video […]
Auburn Hills-based KMT Robotic Solutions Inc. says its technology is now being used to remove the shells from highly engineered investment cast orthopedic implants.