Bionic Man


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Bionic Man

superman of the technological age. [TV: “The Six Million Dollar Man” in Terrace, II: 294–295]
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Hardly an action packed Steve Austin Bionic Man sort of existence.
A team of engineers have designed the world's first "bionic man," a walking, talking robot made up of 28 mechanical body parts from 17 international manufacturers.
Now, a team of engineers has assembled a robot using artificial organs, limbs and other body parts that comes tantalizingly close to a true ''bionic man.'' For real, this time.
The artificial man was assembled by a team of leading roboticists for a Channel 4 documentary, How To Build A Bionic Man. It incorporates some of the latest advances in prosthetic technology, as well as an artificial pancreas, kidney, spleen and trachea, and a functional blood circulatory system.
The bionic man features some of the latest advances in mechanical limbs, like artificial pancreas, kidney, spleen and trachea, and a functional blood circulatory system.
Rex stands two metres and has a life-like face made by leading roboticists for the TV programme, How to Build a Bionic Man, a Channel 4 documentary.
A bionic man, which has artificial organs, synthetic blood and robotic limbs, has gone on display at London's Science Museum.
The former "bionic man" actor, 73, will play Ken Richards, who comes back into Sue Ellen's life during a business deal.
Afterward, as I was mulling over our discussion, I kept hearing in my head the opening sequence to the 1970s TV show "The Six Million Dollar Man," with the voiceover describing how technology could be used to create the first bionic man, "better ...
HE MIGHT not quite be the bionic man, but Theo Walcott is definitely hoping to be bigger, stronger and faster this season.
I haven't seen any reports in The Lancet that once you start earning a couple of million a year you turn into some kind of bionic man.
George also twice changed his name by deed poll, once to Paul Gadd - real name of singer Gary Glitter - and then to Steve Majors, an amalgamation of the Bionic Man TV character Steve Austin and Lee Majors, the actor who played him.