Now that the Smithsonian is open, the world's first bionic man is on display at the Air and Space Museum.It can walk, talk, grasp, see, hear. The possibilities are endless. The Smithsonian Channel, whose parent company is CBS will air a documentary about the 6-foot robot Sunday night. Frank, the Incredible Bionic Man, is a bit awkward at walking but he mirrors what happens in the human body. Bertolt Meyer says, "He has an artificial pancreas and through his tubes flows artificial blood made up of nano parts that can bind and give off oxygen."