Project March

Exoskeletons are there to help people with partial paralysis walk. They are technological tours de force, but to date, they have only provided limited movement possibilities: forwards or backwards. A student team from Delft is changing this: with the fourth prototype of Project March, for the first time, a sideways movement of the hip is also possible, so that the spinal cord patient can also step aside.

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