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The video ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6WQiJPexEDM ) provides a bit clearer explanation of what's going on. They're actually sending signals directly through the percutaneous bone anchors, which is pretty rad in my book. Looks like the hand just snaps on to the anchors and you're ready to go, albeit with years of retraining the nerve endings for the new signals.

I wonder how well you could integrate such prosthetics if you had them from a very young age.

Curious if you could speed up retraining for the prosthetic using biofeedback.

Could you explain what that means to a layperson?

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