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Neural Robotic Arm Responds to Brainwaves

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Robots are becoming more sophisticated all the time. The idea of humans being able to control robots with their mind is not considered crazy anymore. Take this project by University of Toronto student Ryan Mintz and his team. It is a robot arm that responds to brainwaves captured with a headset. Think about the possibilities here. In the future, we will be able to control prosthetics with our thoughts. Watch the video to get a better idea how this works:

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