Brain-Controlled Exoskeleton Enables Paralyzed Patient to WalkBrain-Controlled Exoskeleton Enables Paralyzed Patient to Walk
Brain-Controlled Exoskeleton Enables Paralyzed Patient to Walk
The machine cannot be used outside of the lab yet, but the results are promising.
Brain-Controlled Exoskeleton Enables Paralyzed Patient to Walk
Brain-Controlled Exoskeleton Enables Paralyzed Patient to Walk

The machine cannot be used outside of the lab yet, but the results are promising.

The machine cannot be used outside of the lab yet, but the results are promising.

brain-controlled prostheses
Vibrations Restore Sense of Movement in Prosthetics
Vibrations Restore Sense of Movement in Prosthetics
Diana Kwon | Sep 1, 2018
Scientists recreate proprioception for people with artificial arms using a perceptual illusion.
Artificial Touch Enabled
Artificial Touch Enabled
Jef Akst | Oct 13, 2016
A quadriplegic 28-year-old man senses touch via stimulation of electrodes implanted in his somatosensory cortex.
Book Excerpt from <em>The Brain Electric</em>
Book Excerpt from The Brain Electric
Malcolm Gay | Oct 1, 2015
Author Malcolm Gay explores the science underlying headline-making research into neural prosthetics.
Brain New World
Brain New World
Malcolm Gay | Oct 1, 2015
The melding of mind and machine uncovers mysteries harbored in the brain.
Three Monkey Brains, One Robotic Arm
Three Monkey Brains, One Robotic Arm
Jef Akst | Jul 10, 2015
Researchers network the brains of three monkeys to create a “living computer” that can steer an image of a robotic arm toward a target.
Brain-Machine Interface Goes Wireless
Brain-Machine Interface Goes Wireless
Bob Grant | Dec 18, 2014
A paralyzed woman has used mind power and a robotic arm wirelessly connected to her brain to achieve the most dexterous movement yet accomplished with BMI.
Neuroprosthetics
Neuroprosthetics
Eric C. Leuthardt, Jarod L. Roland, Wilson Z. Ray | Nov 1, 2014
Linking the human nervous system to computers is providing unprecedented control of artificial limbs and restoring lost sensory function.
Smarter Prostheses
Smarter Prostheses
Kerry Grens | Oct 10, 2014
Artificial limbs and their wearers achieve more sensitive communication thanks to engineering advances.
FDA Approves Prosthetic Arm
FDA Approves Prosthetic Arm
Jef Akst | May 14, 2014
The agency OKs the first prosthetic arm controlled by neural signals from the user’s muscles.