I develop of technologies for the people Bantu paralized

I develop of technologies for the people Bantu paralized

Islamabad : Pakistan | May 18, 2012 at 12:42 AM PDT
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Hacil brain self-possessed protesica of search, agreeing a woman and a man that it is moved the arm robot. Both they are paralized from the neck down after to have immediately to begin blows several years earlier. This you are patient it has a small sensor whipped on the part of the brain that monitors the motion. Sensors that the function is that of to capture the cerebral waves of the patient and to send off it to the computer, that it is translated then in orders. succeeded to move and to monitor the arm of the patient after imagining really to monitor. You are patient of feminine sex they can use the arm robot to collect a full bottle of coffee and drunk with a straw. The activity was the first time in almost 15 years does to complete the alone operation. demonstration is the search of years of result aside of the scientists to help the people that are paralized because of cerebral injuries or spinal nerves in the back part, of to return on their motions, but still some years the technology was developed for the daily use. The researchers are excited from the fact that the brain is still in a position of to monitor the motion of the after different paralysis of years body, as well as the fact that the women were still in function sensor, you are years after transplanted in the brain. connection published today on the show wednesday on the scientific magazine Natures. The project was realized from the scientists of the Ministry of the American Veterans, Brown University, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School.

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I develop of technologies for the people Bantu paralized.
I develop of technologies for the people Bantu paralized
sonemahewal is based in Islamabad, Federal Capital Area, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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