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Ben Heck’s Single-Handed Pinball Mod Trailer
by Element14 - 2015-03-11 14:32 - 33,843 views
http://element14.com/tbhs See the trailer for the next exciting episode of The Ben Heck show. Check back on Friday to be among the first to see the exclusive full show on element14.
Bionics transform Prosthetics - Matty Roche Interview
by Element14 - 2015-03-11 12:31 - 25,912 views
www.farnell.com Electronic Engineers are here for Good! Matty Roche explains how his latest bionic leg allows him to live his life to the full. After losing his lower leg in his early youth, Matty got used to life with analogue prosthetics but was lucky to be the second person in the UK to have the advanced BiOM foot. With bionics now transforming the prosthetic industry, Matty talks tot how he's excited about the opportunities that these technological developments open to him.
Bionic Arm controlled by thoughts - Andrew Garthwaite Interview
by Element14 - 2015-03-11 12:30 - 26,489 views
www.farnell.com Electronic Engineers are here for Good! Cpl Andrew Garthwaite was the first person in the UK to be given a bionic arm after a Taliban grenade took off his right arm in Afghanistan. In this interview Andrew talks about how the arm which he can control with his thoughts has transformed his life. The surgeons at the hospital in the Medical University of Vienna rewired his nervous system - taking the nerve endings from his shoulder, that would have run down to his hand - and rewired these into his chest muscles. Andrew has had to learn to use that hand again - with electrodes sending signals into the bionic arm so that he can control the prosthesis. With his nerve system rewired, he can feel his hand in his chest and by thinking of moving individual fingers, he can move his bionic hand.
Electronic Engineers are here for Good!
by Element14 - 2015-03-11 09:57 - 26,960 views
www.farnell.com Over the past two decades, electronic engineers have pioneered huge advancements in technology, improving our lives in ways most of us would have never dreamed possible. They’ve changed the way we communicate. And listen. They’ve kept us safe in our homes. And on the road. They’ve helped us to care for the sick. And the elderly. They’ve enabled us to lose ourselves. And to find what’s important. They’ve assisted in breaking down barriers. And helped to rebuild lives. We can’t say what the next 20 years will bring. But we can say that Electronic Engineering is here for good.


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