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Thread: Brain implant controls robotic arm, Caltech - Andersen Lab, East California Boulevard Pasadena, California, USA

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    Brain implant controls robotic arm, Caltech - Andersen Lab, East California Boulevard Pasadena, California, USA


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    "Decoding Motor Imagery from the Posterior Parietal Cortex of a Tetraplegic Human"

    by Afllalo, Tyson and Kellis, Spencer and Klaes, Christian and Lee, Brian and Shi, Ying and Pejsa, Kelsie and Shanfield, Kathleen and Hayes-Jackson, Stephanie and Aisen, Mindy and Heck, Christi and Liu, Charles and Andersen, Richard A.
    May 21, 2015

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    Next Generation of Neuroprosthetics: Science Explained - R. Andersen - May 2015

    Published on May 21, 2015

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    Article "Brain implant controls robotic arm - with the power of thought"
    Breakthrough as neuro-prosthetic device implanted in “higher” brain region, allows paralysed man to control robotic arm just by thinking about it

    by Hannah Devlin
    May 21, 2015

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    EGS, a 32-year-old tetraplegic subject, makes a smoothie with brain control - video

    Uploaded on May 21, 2015

    Credit: Spencer Kellis, Science magazine.

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