Thinking Cap Lets You Control a Prosthetic Hand

Thinking Cap Lets You Control a Prosthetic Hand

Brain-machine interface from University of Houston may expand options for non-invasive prostheses

Janet Burns
  • 9 april 2015

A University of Houston (UH) research team has demonstrated the success of its new brain-machine interface algorithm, which has allowed an amputee to control a prosthetic hand using only his mind (and a non-invasive skull cap).

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