Researchers are one step closer to developing a prosthetic arm that can recreate a sense of touch through a direct brain interface.
"Neurograins" brain-computer interfaces independently record electrical impulses and send signals wirelessly to a central hub that coordinates and processes the signals.
New research allows those with robotic controlled prosthetic legs to walk almost as fast as an able bodied person.
Findings about how the speech center is organized and how fluid speech occurs could lead to the development of neuroprosthetics capable of translating thoughts into speech, researchers report.
Researchers have developed new software that allows powered prosthetics to automatically tune themselves, making the limbs more functionally useful.