A device called Muse reads brain waves and provides real-time feedback to calm anxiety and increase focus. Continue reading →
The nanoparticles could generate measurable magnetic fields in response to the brain's electrical fields and then be used to send wireless messages.
Tiny mesh electronics stuffed into a needle are injected into brain, where they could repair damage or deliver therapeutic stem cells.
Gadget zaps your brain with low levels of pulsed electrical energy to calm you down or energize you up. Continue reading →
Instead of placing an implant in the part of the brain that control motion, scientists placed two in the area that plans movements.
NeverMind uses Intel's RealSense camera to scan your fear as you explore the game and use it against you.
A robotic prosthetic hand restores function almost as well as a flesh-and-blood transplant with the risk of rejection.
Two new proposed systems would use vibrating skin patches and electrode caps.
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