Exoskeleton devices used to help alleviate stress to the lower back may compete with neural resources, canceling out the benefits of wearing them.
Researchers have created a Super Suit exoskeleton that can help provide mobility to children with motor-developmental delays.
A new stent-based electrode BMI could help restore some movement to people with paralysis without the need for open brain surgery.
Researchers use direct brain control to allow a man paralyzed for five years to walk again.
Researchers have developed a brain machine interface which can control a lower limb exoskeleton.
Researchers develop a framework to show how neuroprosthetics can be used as a tool for examining how and where the brain encodes new information.
A paralyzed person is expected to make the first kick in the World Cup this year, thanks to a new brain controlled exoskeleton with a sense of touch, designed by researchers at TUM.