Paralyzed Berkeley Student Austin Whitney Walks at Graduation (video)

Recent advances in dental technology have led to modern dental treatments that can significantly improve dental patient oral health. But do advances in technology necessarily lead to higher quality of life?

UC Berkeley would answer a definitive ‘yes’ to this question.

UC Berkeley engineers have been working on a technology for paraplegics called exoskeletons, a type of wearable robotic, to improve mobility and improve patients’ lives.

This week, Austin Whitney, a Berkeley student and paraplegic since 2007, used a controller switch to direct the exoskeleton strapped around his legs to walk at his graduation –

In this video, we clearly see the benefits from technical progress.

What do you think of all the advances in technology?

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