People With Disabilities Can Now Control Robots With Their Brains

People With Disabilities Can Now Control Robots With Their Brains

The paralyzed and bed-ridden have found new hope in the EPFL's brain-controlled telepresence robot

Azalea Pena
  • 7 december 2015

Every day, technological products are made to make life more convenient and comfortable. But sometimes, we fail to see which people really need these products the most. Who else better to benefit from an improved quality of life than people with disabilities? Thankfully, a telepresence robot has been created by researchers at the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) to help people control robots with brain signals.

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