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Wearable tech just got a little more interesting

Written by Nick Dinsmoor

December 5, 2019

Wearable tech just got a little more interesting

Ever wish wearable tech was more… useful? Take a look at this new “artificial bio-mimicry inspired anthropomorphic tail” that promises to improve users’ balance and agility with interlocking plastic vertebrae. This robot was inspired by the way monkeys use their tails for balance by shifting their center of gravity when leaping from tree to tree. Not only is this invention functional, but it also opens up possibilities in VR gaming to help alter balance when exploring different virtual worlds. Because who doesn’t need a bit of cosplay thrown into everyday life?!

THANKS JAPAN

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