Brain controlled Exoskeleton

Paralyzed Patients Able to Move After Using a Mind-Controlled Exoskeleton
Researchers at Duke University were surprised to find that the process of learning to use a brain-machine interface (BMI) and exoskeleton led to neurological recovery in paralyzed patients who had suffered spinal cord injury. While the researchers at Duke University’s Center for Neuroengineering expected to see their patients learn to walk using a robotic exoskeleton …

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