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Cyborg prosthetic lets drummer find his rhythm

by Reuters Videos 3:13 mins

Cyborg prosthetic lets drummer find his rhythm

by Reuters Videos 3:13 mins

An Atlanta drum student is breaking new rhythmic ground with a robotic prosthetic fitted to replace his amputated lower right arm. Jason Barnes lost the arm in an accident two years ago, but with his specially designed prosthetic, the young musician is grooving to a new beat. Ben Gruber has more.

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