iCandy September 2010: A Vehicle You Don't Need to Fill Up or Steer

This month's iCandy includes an autonomous solar-powered truck, a 3-D TV, and a device that might reveal the secret identity of dark matter

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Photo: Joe Vitti/The Indianapolis Star/Getty Images
This contraption, known as the Hocoma Lokomat, is teaching the little girl to walk. Rehabilitation specialists at the Riley Hospital for Children, in Indianapolis, use it to help kids with such conditions as cerebral palsy improve their motor coordination.

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