Mind-reading exoskeleton could help rehabilitate stroke victims
A robotic exoskeleton that can read thoughts and anticipate the user's actions could find use as a hi-tech rehabilitation tool for stroke victims A collaboration between Rice University, the University of Houston and TIRR Memorial Hermann Hospital has led to MAHI-EXO II, a sophisticated exoskeleton that could help stroke victims regain movement in ... (more)
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#1 Sep 6, 2012
these scientists are way behind... i built on of these in my basement last month.
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