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    IDW 0025: Advanced Mobility for Spinal Injuries

    IDW 0025: Advanced Mobility for Spinal Injuries

    Topic: Advanced Mobility for Spinal Injuries

    Background: Scientists have been working on understanding signals sent between the brain and the limbs in order to give those with spinal injuries their movement back. While they now understand the signals sent between the brain and body the next step is developing a means of giving movement back.


    Brief:

    1. Design a product to give mobility back to spinal injury sufferers.

    2. Patients have varying degrees of mobility so a modular system would be beneficial.

    3. A permanent installation is acceptable, but a semi-permanent solution may be better if the product is cumbersome or uncomfortable.

    4. It should require minimal maintenance.


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    The bug

    Buck-up Mobility Gear

    It`s function is to give temporary mobility to patients with spinal injuries, until proper assistance can be provided.
    Widely used in the military sector, friendly, called the BUG.

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    Hopefully i can get something for this by saturday...

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    I will be waiting...
    Yes I suppose they are... but it is like going to the dentist; in order to suffer less... you must suffer like HELL
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    haha, one more reason i hate the dentist >.<
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    New topic is up!

    I'll close this up sunday or monday. I should have an entry by then .
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    This would be my first IDW entry. Definately need to do more of these.

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    so being that the deadline is already passed and that there are two entries... want to extend the voting a day or two so i could throw an entry in? that'd be nice
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    Yeah, sure. You've got 24 hours.
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