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Robotic Limbs that Plug into the Brain

Tue, 10/26/2010 - 8:33pm
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Most of the robotic arms now in use by some amputees are of limited practicality; they have only two to three degrees of freedom, allowing the user to make a single movement at a time. And they are controlled with conscious effort, meaning the user can do little else while moving the limb.

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