A Paralyzed Teen in a Brain-Controlled Exo-Suit Will Kick Off the World Cup

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A Paralyzed Teen in a Brain-Controlled Exo-Suit Will Kick Off the World Cup
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The exoskeleton will support the lower part of the body and enable the paralyzed wearer to walk using wireless electrodes attached to the head that collect brainwaves, which then signal the suit to move.
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Halloween Cake WIN

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Halloween Cake WIN
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Mind-Reading WIN

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Scientists at Berkeley have used a complex fMRI technique that reconstructs brain images that correspond to pre-recorded pieces of footage that the viewer has seen, giving them a glimpse into visual construction of their test subjects. The technology could be used one day to understand the mental/visual activity in coma patients, and potentially even analyze dreams. Check for the full story in the via link!