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Volvo’s first episode of Human Made Stories focuses on Oliver Armitage, an engineer at the forefront of bio-mechanical engineering. Armitage and his team at Cambridge Bio-Augmentation System are working on methods of syncing the human nervous system with prosthetics in order to help those who have lost limbs. In the film we see some of their inventions in action, and really get a chance to appreciate the fact that there are people working hard to make life easier for others through the use of technology.

Documentary|Volvo|Technology|Science

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