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Five feet tall , it performs traditional Japanese dancing . Priced at $365,000, the robot can help workers at construction sites and also drive a car. (Right) This sea bream is about 5 1/2 pounds and can swim up to 38 minutesbefore recharging . The robot fish , created by Mitsubishi , looks and swims exactly like the real thing . 0 father found an experimental drug on the internet, saving the boy from lifetime paralysis. 24 Often patients are already steeped in information about their conditions when they arrive in the offices of health care professionals.
20 Various robots-automatic devices that perform functions ordinarily performed by human beings, with names such as robo doc, RoboCart, TUG, and HelpMate-help free medical workers for more critical tasks; the four-armed da Vinci surgical robot, for instance, can do cuts and stitch es deep inside the body, so that surgery is less traumatic and recovery time faster. " 22 And a patient paralyzed by a stroke has received an implant that allows comnmnication between his brain and a computer; as a result, he can move a cursor across a screen by brainpower and convey simple messages-as in Star Trek.
The 1999 film Star Wars: Episode I, for instance, had fully 1,965 digital shots out of about 2,200 shots. Even when film was used, it was scann ed into computers to be tweaked wi th animated effec ts, lighting, and th e like. 3 7 Entertainment. (Left) Computer-based special effects in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban turned a woman into a balloon . (Right} An indoor "winter" sports facility in Japan; the system uses microprocessors to keep lifts runn in g, snow falling , and temperature at 26 degrees.