Sunday, April 21, 2024

Tag: brain computer interface

Paraplegic recounts relearning to walk via brain-computer link

For paraplegic Adam Fritz, the thrill of the computer-assisted first steps he took five years after being paralysed in a motorcycle crash came only after he was unhooked from the system that enabled him to walk briefly in a bioengineering lab.

Neurotechnology Provides Near-Natural Sense of Touch

A 28-year-old who has been paralyzed for more than a decade as a result of a spinal cord injury has become the first person to be able to “feel” physical sensations through a prosthetic hand directly connected to his brain, and even identify which mechanical finger is being gently touched.

Mind-Controlled Virtual Keyboard Helps Paralysis Patients; Nearly As Good As One-Finger Typing

People with spinal cord injuries and neurological diseases often struggle to communicate with the outside world. While researchers have developed thought-controlled keypads to help bridge that gap

Next Generation of Neuroprosthetics: Erik’s Story

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZgeb_HDb48 Paralyzed from the neck down after suffering a gunshot wound when he was 21, Erik G. Sorto now can move a robotic arm just...

After years of paralysis, a man drinks a beer with the help of a...

A new thought-controlled robotic arm taps into a different part of the brain than most, which its creators say may give its paralyzed users...

Controlling a Robotic Arm with a Patient’s Intentions

https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=14&v=F4wAvlA_Of0 Neural prosthetic devices implanted in the brain's movement center, the motor cortex, can allow patients with amputations or paralysis to control the movement of...

Brain implant controls robotic arm – with the power of thought

Erik Sorto, a 34-year old American, has been unable to move his arms or legs for more than a decade, since a gunshot wound...

Mind-control exoskeleton gives unprecedented paralysis recovery

An exoskeleton that enables movement and provides tactile feedback has helped eight paralysed people regain sensation and move previously paralysed muscles "I FELT the ball!"...

BrainGate brings wireless computer mind control to paralysed people

A wireless brain-computer interface capable of transmitting thought commands to digital devices is close to commercialisation following more than a decade of development. The BrainGate...

A Quadriplegic Woman Used Her Mind To Move This Robotic Limb In ’10D’

For the first time ever, a quadriplegic woman has used her thoughts to move a robotic hand across 10 degrees of freedom. The remarkable...