Mind-controlled exoskeleton allows paralysed patient to move again
Publication/Creation DateOctober 8 2019
Description"Researchers at the Clinatec laboratory in Grenoble have created an exoskeleton, which paralyzed users can control with their mind in order to help them move both their arms and legs....The major innovation behind it is not the exoskeleton itself, but an implant called the Wimagine, designed by microelectronics experts at the CEA research institute, which can record and wirelessly transmit the patient's brain activity."
Date archivedOctober 20 2019
Last editedJuly 5 2021