A device the size of a paperclip records brain activity needed for movement and then translates it into commands to control prosthetic limbs.
Several new technologies being developed in the military are merging humans and machines.
A wireless brainwave headset and a brain sensor that dissolves in the body after completing its job could monitor the mind and boost brainwaves.
It's slow going, but science continues apace toward a day when brain waves can reliably be used to move physical objects.
A new breed of neuro-hacker is finding ways to capture and manipulate brainwaves to improve health.
The research could one day give us the ability to control robots with a thought.
A man who had been paralyzed for five years after a spinal cord injury, was able to walk about 12 feet.
DARPA researchers want to place electrode arrays on brains to improve recall and reinforce muscle memories that don't exist. Continue reading →
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