This advanced bionic arm for amputees has been approved for commercialization
In case you aren’t as familiar with the process through which a lot of these devices reach the market. I’ve streamlined and simplified it a lot for story purposes, but this is why Al, Brendan, and Lucille are dealing with DARPA and DARPA-equivalents - even Dean “Segway” Kamen has to deal with them.
I usually don’t respond to nice messages because I either respond publicly and clog up everyone’s feeds and look like I’m bragging, or answer them privately and the message disappears and I can’t look at it again later! So oftentimes, if you don’t get a response, it’s because I want to savor your message for longer. :)
Question for Sulla, lol. Does her hair get tangled after flying and what not?
Not as much as you’d think. The material Sulla’s hair is made out of doesn’t get as twisted and knotted as easily as human hair does, and it also has a tensile strength and melting point that’s considerably higher that average human hair. It is, needless to say, a specialty item.
And because you guys have been so sweet the past week, here is a preview of some of my Beyond inks.