A world that I never imagined I would be a part of at such a young age.He added: "We want to enhance their independence and freedom of movement and with Ekso they now have the option to stand and walk for the first time since their injury." Describing how it works he said: "It has sensors, that pretty much mimic your nerves, that sense your movements." These are then translated by a computer "brain" that "helps read your movements and drive forward motors that are sitting under your knees and your hips".
"To walk with my knees bent, heels striking the ground again is just amazing," she said. To enjoy the simple pleasures of being able to reach up to a top cupboard in my kitchen would be fabulous.At a cocktail party, rather than looking up at nostrils and chins, I'd be able to stand eye to eye.