Saturday, April 2, 2011

Brain controlled prosthetic arm

from newswise

A prosthetic arm controlled by a headset that senses mental efforts to move the arm, and  reacts accordingly. Cyborgs are officially here.

 Some of the other research in this field includes Dean Kamen's Luke arm, the stuff from DARPA, and the powered knee.

Here's a video of a different arm

Step it up people, it only cost Lee Major's six million dollars, and  he could jump backwards off of roofs with his stuff.