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Recent advancements in the field of neuroprothetics could make it possible to learn more about how the brain stores and accesses information while also providing new insights into conditions such as epilepsy and Parkinson’s disease, researchers claim in a new study.
Neuroscientists are taking inspiration from natural motor control to design new prosthetic devices that can better replace limb function. In new work, researchers have tested a range of brain-controlled devices - from wheelchairs to robots to advanced limbs - that work with their users to intelligently perform tasks.
Interactive Response Controlled by Thoughts LONDON, March 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Brain Computer Interface (BCI) involves capturing and understanding of human brain waves, which are
SAN DIEGO, Feb. 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Mind Solutions, Inc.
Leave it to the US Defense Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to create something that makes smart glasses and augmented reality headsets seem passé: the team behind some of the military’s most cutting edge technology is creating implants that can give people Terminator vision.
In another demonstration that brain-computer interface technology has the potential to improve the function and quality of life of those unable to use their own arms, a woman with quadriplegia
Scientists at the University of Washington have given new meaning to the term “meeting of the minds” as they have been able to establish the first-ever brain-to-brain connection.
SAN DIEGO, Oct. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Mind Solutions, Inc. (OTC: VOIS), has successfully completed testing on the Company's micro EEG / BCI device.
Science fiction has predicted that someday we would have prosthetic limbs and appliances that would be controllable by the mind, but until now, that hasn’t become a reality.
A new study, from the University of Minnesota, shows that long-term practice of yoga and meditation can help someone learn to control a computer with their minds faster and better than people with little to no experience with yoga or meditation.
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