Paralysed man is able to feel again after 10 YEARS thanks to a mind-controlled robotic hand



A paralysed man has regained a sense of touch after 10 years while using a mind-controlled robotic hand.
In breakthrough tests, 28-year-old Nathan Copeland was able to feel subtle pressure in his own fingers when the artificial ones are touched. 
The world first experiment is an early step in the quest to create prosthetics that can feel, US researchers claim.
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HOW THE IMPLANT WORKS  Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh studied the sensations felt by a 28-year-old man with tetraplegia from a spinal cord injury.
He had electrodes implanted into the part of the... read more

 
13 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 39
Source: Daily Mail
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