Next Generation of Neuroprosthetics

Robotic arm precisely controlled by thought.
New neuroprosthetic implant captures intent to move, not the movement directly.
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The Future of Medicine
Neuroscience News & Books

Paralyzed from the neck down after suffering a gunshot wound when he was 21, Erik G. Sorto now can move a robotic arm just by thinking about it and using his imagination through a clinical trial collaboration between Caltech, Keck Medicine of USC and Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center.
Source: Keck Medicine of USC & USC Neurosciences
Next Generation of Neuroprosthetics, Erik G. Sorto, Future Medicine, Cyborg, Neuroscience, Futuristic Technology, Paralyzed, Health, Prosthetics, Neurotechnology

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