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Device reads brain activity to help locked-in people communicate
It can tell whether a completely paralyzed person is thinking “yes” or “no”
Paralyzed Patients Communicate By Controlling Their Pupils
A new idea for letting people with locked-in syndrome communicate
Video: In Breakthrough Study, Paralyzed Patients Move a Robotic Arm With Their Own Thoughts
The most complex brain-computer interaction yet
Mind-Controlled Musical Instrument Helps Paralysis Patients Rehabilitate
Paralysis patients could play music with their minds, using a new brain-control interface that senses brain impulses and translates them...
‘Sniff Detector’ Lets Those Lacking Mobility Drive a Wheelchair With Their Noses
Israeli researchers have sniffed out what could become a way to give paraplegics and those suffering from “locked-in” syndrome a...
The World’s First Commercial Brain-Computer Interface
The world’s first commercial effort at a patient-ready brain computer interface is on display over at CeBIT 2010, but don’t...