Paralyzed Woman Controls Robotic Arm With Thoughts – Dara Ó Briain’s Science Club – Brit Lab – BBC

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Helen Czerski explores cutting edge therapies allowing the brain to control limbs remotely. Cathy Hutchinson, paralysed for over 15 years, recently steered a robotic arm towards herself and was able to drink her morning coffee. Dr. Leigh Hochberg explains how a sensor implanted in Cathy’s brain ‘reads’ her thoughts and controls an external device.

Taken from Dara Ó Briain’s Science Club.

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Chris Pod says:

one step closer to cyborgs!

Joshua Wangadi says:

That guy in the back looks like snowden

Nate Whiplash says:

full robotic mech coming 2030

Chris Ginn says:

Imagine how complex the signal would be to play an instrument.

thecoryguy says:

1:03 paralyzed or a muscular condition? She moved.


I like how to they had to change the title so that people would understand what they were going to talk about.

Ethan Ooamii says:

That guy was really eloquent and I would have loved to hear him explain more in depth. Instead it seems like he was cut out and summarised during those parts.

ThomasRocksU says:

I want an hour of this

Ferraridude13 says:

Lol Edward Snowden is hiding in the background

kalibos says:

We'll never get things like this on a wide scale while we're still on fossil fuels.

rompdude says:

Wish i could watch the entire thing

MrMantas1234 says:

but could they apply the decoded thought signals for other patients?

CreatorHunter says:

God damn she has saggy ass tits

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