Prosthetics have gotten much better in recent years, especially in restoring the sense of touch for amputees. However, these advanced devices are often very expensive. A central Illinois company called PSYONIC is looking to change that by creating a smarter and cheaper bionic hand.  This interview explores the motivation behind PSYONIC, how the technology works, and the impact it has on users like retired Army Sergeant Garrett Anderson (pictured).

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