EEG and brain machine interface allows amputees to move a prosthetic hand, a new study reports.
A new study reports amputees often feel as though their prosthetic limb is part of their body.
University of Exeter researchers report people with prosthetic arms are not able to experience the 'size-weight' illusion as strongly as those without missing limbs.
New research allows those with robotic controlled prosthetic legs to walk almost as fast as an able bodied person.
A prosthetic arm that is attached to the bone and controlled by electrodes implanted in nerves and muscles can operate more precisely than conventional prosthetic limbs. Researchers improved the neuroprosthetic hand by integrating tactile sensory feedback, so the patient can "feel" items.