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 →
Transcranial direct current stimulation could offer students a new way to learn. 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.
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.
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