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Topic - Dennis Aabo
Bionics researchers have made a breakthrough, creating a new hand for amputees with fingers that allow the wearer to actually feel sensations.
"The biggest difference was when I grabbed something, I could feel what I was doing without having to look," said Mr. Aabo. "I could use the hand in the dark. It was intuitive to use, and incredible to be able to feel whether objects were soft or hard, square or round."