These robotic utensils are changing the lives of people with disabilities

Lifting a spoon to your mouth may seem like a simple, daily act that doesn’t take much thought or effort. But it’s an out-of-reach luxury for many people with mobility-related disabilities.

Now, a new line of eating utensils helps people with limited mobility regain mealtime independence, all through high-tech sensors, computers and motors.

The line, called …

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Via: Mashable: Gadgets

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