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Tag: EEG

First Mind-Controlled Robotic Leg Put Through Its Paces

Published: September 3, 2012

A robotic leg prosthesis controlled entirely by brain waves could be a game changer for victims of spinal cord injury

With the Paralympics in full swing in London this week, it’s interesting to see the extraordinary advances being made in prosthetic limb technology.

Today, An Do at the Long Beach Veterans Affairs Medical Center in California and a few pals say they’ve built and tested a prosthetic lower limb that can be controlled in real time by EEG (electroencephalogram) signals fed into a computer.