Meet Rex: the $1m bionic man with working heart, set of lungs and human face
Most human body parts can be replaced, say scientists, and here’s the evidence
Kevin Rawlinson Author Biography , Tom Goulding
Tuesday 05 February 2013
When Luke Skywalker received a perfect bionic replacement for the hand that was cut off in Star Wars Episode V, the idea of replicating human organs and body parts seemed far-fetched.
Thirty years later, the idea is no longer just science fiction. Scientists, among them the creators of “Rex” – the world’s most complete bionic man, unveiled in London this week – believe they can now replicate about two-thirds of the human body
Allrighty then, can we get back to working on the hot chick robots? The male robot is not needed yet, desperate woman have those buzzy things!