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The Da Vinci

An absolutely incredible piece of technology and even more awe-inspiring to see this thing in action. The Da Vinci has four arms capable of complex movements far beyond the human hand and the capacity to work on a microscopic level.

Start gaming! This type of technology is likely to play a major role in shaping the future of surgery.

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