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A new development in prosthetics allows the wearer of a replacement leg to feel at the bottom of his artificial foot with electrical sensors that send a signal to the nerves in the stump. The brain soon learns to interpret these signals as if they were actual feedback from a real foot, helping the wearer to balance better and compensate for stepping on rocks and uneven ground.

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