Japanese researchers at the Tokyo Institute for Technology have developed a bionic hand that’s capable of gripping and crushing items, like a soda can. Video demonstration after the jump.

The above video might not be as impressive seeming as Dean Kamen’s bionic arm, seeing as that was actually attached to a person and not sitting on a desk, but..At least these guys are putting it all out there for us to judge

[via Gizmodo]

Japanese researchers at the Tokyo Institute for Technology have developed a bionic hand that’s capable of gripping and crushing items, like a soda can. Video demonstration after the jump.

The above video might not be as impressive seeming as Dean Kamen’s bionic arm, seeing as that was actually attached to a person and not sitting on a desk, but..At least these guys are putting it all out there for us to judge

[via Gizmodo]