Brain-controlled Prosthetic Arm

We have covered plenty of exciting prosthetic limbs here in the past. Physicians and biomedical engineers from Johns Hopkins have come up with a mind-controlled prosthetic arm that supports individual finger movements. The researchers used an array of 128 electrode sensors to collect brain data. The prosthetic arm moves fingers based on brain activity.

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Brain-controlled Prosthetic Arm

The above GIF shows this prosthetic arm in hand.

[Source] [Courtesy of the Journal of Neural Engineering]

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