Albert Chi

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Photo: Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Les' arms were made by the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. Because they're attached directly to nerves in his shoulders, he operates them simply by thinking, as though they were the same arms he'd been born with (though he does have to shift each section of the arm one-at-a-time before "resting").

Photo: Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Les’ arms were made by the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. Because they’re attached directly to nerves in his shoulders, he operates them simply by thinking, as though they were the same arms he’d been born with (though he does have to shift each section of the arm one-at-a-time before “resting”).

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