Controlling machines with your mind just got easier thanks to wireless brain-computer interfaces. Trace takes a look at the near future of cybernetics.
Special Thanks to the UPMC Rehabilitation Institute and the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.
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University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine:
"A giant leap for BCIs: Paraplegic woman uses mind-controlled robotic arm to feed herself"
"A quadriplegic woman, who hasn't been able to use her arms, legs, or any muscles below her neck for nine years, has used a mind-controlled robotic arm to perform actions with an unprecedented level of dexterity that approaches the human arm."
"How Brain-computer Interfaces Work"
"As the power of modern computers grows alongside our understanding of the human brain, we move ever closer to making some pretty spectacular science fiction into reality."