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|12th November 2008, 19:06||#1|
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Honda unveils modern day "jaipur foot"
|12th November 2008, 19:16||#2|
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Great device! If it becomes a commercial reality and is available for mass production people who have paraplegia and others who have lost their lower limbs will benefit a lot!
|13th November 2008, 12:29||#3|
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Kudos to Honda for such a brilliant innovation. Not to mention a mainstream car company that's taking initiative in a non-automotive concept. And one which could to potentially lead to increased mobility for the physically challenged.
P.S. How about a Vtec feature too?!
|13th November 2008, 13:37||#4|
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I am really surprized to see Honda coming up with these non-automotive devices. Of course, it would immensely help those who are physically challenged. Kudos to Honda.
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