BCI: brain-computer interface could power wheelchair

Patients who suffer from disease or injury that leave them unable to move have little hope of independent mobility. But that may be about to change. Researchers are developing a thought-controlled robotic wheelchair. Spanish scientists have begun work on a new brain-computer interface, or BCI, capable of converting thought into commands that a wheelchair can execute.

Read this article from WIRED.  Previously from WNM: Mind-Machine Interface within the decade

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