A device the size of a paperclip records brain activity needed for movement and then translates it into commands to control prosthetic limbs.
Neuroscientists are vying for a prize that awards the science behind preserving a brain's total functionality for a century. Continue reading →
The device was inspired by woodpeckers, which appear to tolerate repetitive head impacts by adjusting the blood flowing to their brains.
Several new technologies being developed in the military are merging humans and machines.
DARPA wants to develop a tiny device that would translate the electrochemical language of the brain into the 1s and 0s of computers.
A wireless brainwave headset and a brain sensor that dissolves in the body after completing its job could monitor the mind and boost brainwaves.
Music device stimulates the brain's happiness center via the ear canal, company says. Continue reading →
It's slow going, but science continues apace toward a day when brain waves can reliably be used to move physical objects.
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