The AMPHIBIOUS prosthetic limb boat inspired by the world’s fastest fish that enables humans to swim at ‘superhuman’ speeds
Students from Sydney and London have developed an amphibious prosthetic limb that lets wearers run on sand and swim full speed in the sea.
The Murr-ma limb has a split-toe design that helps a user balance on the uneven terrain of a beach and has studs that give a larger surface area when running on soft sand.
When worn in water, Murr-ma has ‘fins’ fitted at the top of the prosthesis that channel the flow of water along the limb and propels the swimmer faster – and this can give wearers more thrust and faster speeds than able-bodied people.
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David Abraham is the Electronics and Technology editor for the 55gadgets. He holds a university degree in Electronics. Although originally from Baku, he lives in Dubai.When David is not traveling the world you will find him in the kitchen cooking for two or on a friends club.
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