For the first time, a person living with paralysis has regained movement with recorded signals from the brain.
Research-grade EEG headsets are making it easy for anyone to develop thought-controlled gadgets. Continue reading →
A device the size of a paperclip records brain activity needed for movement and then translates it into commands to control prosthetic limbs.
DARPA wants to develop a tiny device that would translate the electrochemical language of the brain into the 1s and 0s of computers.
A new breed of neuro-hacker is finding ways to capture and manipulate brainwaves to improve health.
A man who had been paralyzed for five years after a spinal cord injury, was able to walk about 12 feet.
Interactive art installation uses EEGs and magnets to make your thoughts come to life. Continue reading →
A new neuroprosthetic system is able to detect error messages from the brain and adjust its movements accordingly. Continue reading →
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