"Here's how to put a spring in your step" -
Alan Alda on PBS's Scientific American Frontiers
In the Press and on Display
- Excerpt from article in Fortune Magazine, TECHNO SAPIENS: The Convergence of Humans and Technology:
"Nature spent millions of years engineering us as running creatures. It will take some doing to better that--but we'll soon be running at 30 miles per hour," says NASA physicist John Dick, who co-invented this walking device at his Claremont, California startup company in his spare time. "This is just a clumsy prototype, but it will give rise to a whole family of enhanced-gait machines the likes of which we've never seen."
- The PBS television show, Scientific American Frontiers with Alan Alda. View Transcript.
- The SpringWalker Display in BYikes at the Williamson Gallery, Art Center College of Design.