Apparently there is an existence of a real miracle being performed by the exoskeleton that helps people with paralysis to walk.
Case study Floriane Vintras has had partial paralysis since she was young and has been using a wheelchair for the last two years.
She is now using an exoskeleton developed by the Paris-based start-up Wandercraft to help with her rehabilitation.
Algorithms and sensors read a person’s movement in the suit, meaning that once they lean in a direction, the suit will move.
As a result, it is hands-free and does not require any upper body support.
Ms Vintras started working for Wandercraft after trying out their device.
She is now telling the world her amazing story.