Robotics and brain computer interfaces hold the promise of making patients with paralysis walk again. Scientists and engineers are currently developing exoskeletons that respond to the patient’s brain orders and help them move their limbs. In the future, these technologies could dramatically help people with paralysis after spinal cord injuries and patients with parkinson. This is how it’s done
More about exoskeletons in OpenMind here.
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