Robotic 'Third Arm' Designed for Amputee Drummer

Scientists at Georgia Tech developed the prosthetic for 24-year-old Jason Barnes.
3:00 | 03/14/14

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Get ready to meet the new Ringo Starr Keith Moon and John bottom. All rolled into one Jason Barnes lost the lower part of his right arm in a work accident but thanks -- engineers at Georgia Tech. He can pursue his love of the drugs in a way that no one may have -- -- -- prosthetic arm actually has to drum sticks -- works off nerve signals the other. As a mind of its -- Because it has a computer chips -- action -- Susan music and trying to ornament and to. Improvise and to enhance what is -- it. Today just to -- us something unique what -- that's not sound like electronic music would not some of particularly music. But -- interesting and in ways that would inspire him to pay differently. Rick Allen former drummer for Def -- who lost his left arm -- a car accident has -- invited Barnes to his tour this summer what's holding incurred. Difficult that we -- now researchers are looking ahead perhaps one -- they say they might develop a third are for surgeon.

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