Mind control previously belonged to the realm of science fiction, but scientists from the University of Minnesota just made it possible. By introducing a major breakthrough that allows people to control a robotic arm using only their minds, the researchers believe this discovery has the potential to aid patients who suffer from paralysis or neurodegenerative diseases.
A new non-invasive brain-computer interface allows people to control a robotic arm using only their minds.
In a scientific breakthrough, for the first time, a mind-controlled robotic arm makes a paralyzed man, 28-year-old Nathan Copeland, feel the sensation of touch 10 years after his accident.
A highly advanced prosthetic arm has just been approved for marketing in the United States by federal regulators, providing a way for every-day amputee victims to perform complex tasks via a robotic limb for the first time.
Mars rover Curiosity has reached near to the first rock to be examined by its robotic arm.