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.
Researchers have developed a robot capable of playing a game of Tic-Tac-Toe. The robot can interact with patients in rehabilitation to help improve their motor skills.
A new 'click on' prosthetic arm allow can be controlled by thought.
Using a brain computer interface, researchers help a paralyzed man regain a sensation of touch via a robotic arm.
A quadriplegic woman moves a robotic arm and hand in 10 dimensions with "mind control".