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At the World's First Cybathlon, Proud Cyborg Athletes Raced for the Gold 

At the World’s First Cybathlon, Proud Cyborg Athletes Raced for the Gold

Photo: Michael Buholzer/AFP/Getty Images A paraplegic Cybathlon athlete got out of his wheelchair to compete in the exoskeleton race. 961 more words
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Brain-computer interface lets a man with a spinal injury feel robotic fingers

“Index… ring… pinky… index… middle…”

Nathan Copeland is telling a researcher which of his fingers he feels a touch on. But the researcher is touching a robotic hand, not Copeland’s, whose hand hasn’t felt a thing in over a decade. 581 more words


EEG development - using OpenBCI

OpenBCI modules and Electrodes Signal Test

First week of Final Year Project of Mechanical Engineering course, my groupmate and I were assigned to sort out the basic setup of OpenBCI that was done after our predecessor group of students. 80 more words

Brain Computer Interface

Paralympics and Assistive Tech: The Cybathlon

by Sinéad Nolan.

You can’t throw a table tennis bat this August without hitting the Olympic games. It’s everywhere, from TV screens to newsfeeds to the front of your local rag. 305 more words

Assistive Technology

Das techno-zerebrale Subjekt. Zur Symbiose von Mensch und Maschine in den Neurowissenschaften

Abgeleitet aus einer Analyse neurowissenschaftlicher Praktiken und Techniken der Anpassung von Mensch/Gehirn und Maschine/Computer zeichnet Melike Sahinol die Entstehung »techno-zerebraler Subjekte« nach: Anhand von Interviews mit renommierten Neurowissenschaftler_innen und Darstellungen neurowissenschaftlich-klinischer Anwendungsprojekte, die mit Hilfe von Brain Machine Interfaces (BMI) an der Heilung von Schlaganfall- und ALS-Patient_innen arbeiten, zeigt sie, wie die wechselseitige Anpassung von Patient_in und Maschine zur bio-technischen Gestalt des Cyborg führt und Patient_innen als Subjekte konstituiert werden, die einer cerebro-zentristischen Vorstellung entsprechen.


Bringing Brain Computer Interfaces Home

Dr. Andrew Geronimo is a talented young investigator using brain computer interface (BCI) technology to improve the lives of people living with ALS by enhancing their ability to communicate. 1,337 more words


Robotics for BCI: g.tec


In the past, having a neurological injury which left someone with quadriplegia was a life sentence. With research and developing technology has emerged new hope for people left with minimal use of their arms and legs after an event such as severe stroke or spinal cord injury. 592 more words