Non-invasive brain-machine interface gets a grip of bionic hand control
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Researchers at the University of Houston have demonstrated grasping using EEG-based BMI co...

A team of researchers from the University of Houston (UH) has developed an algorithm that enabled a man whose right hand had been amputated to grasp objects using a bionic hand controlled by his thoughts. While we’ve seen similar accomplishments in recent years, the new technique is non-invasive, capturing brain activity via a scalp EEG… Continue Reading Non-invasive brain-machine interface gets a grip of bionic hand control

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