“The researchers hope this discovery might be able to help people with “disorders of consciousness” – for example, it might be possible to bring people out of comas with consciousness-starting devices, or give narcolepsy sufferers the ability to self-stimulate when they’re falling asleep at an inopportune time.” “Consciousness switch” article.
This is a storyboard of sorts showing my current thoughts about the introduction of the movie I have been planning for some years. Now that I have visuals on how the introduction will look, I can start working in earnest on the second part of the story. The first portion is in script form and […]
I used a new feature in Blender software to create mirrors. I was very happy about how the mirrors rendered. I was keen on making a dance simulation video. Rendering finished today and I posted the video on YouTube. I learned how to use the plane properly by following Daniel Oakfield’s video, Perfect Mirror Reflections […]
Researchers from the University of Minnesota have devised a novel method of deploying Hollywood-esque motion capture technology to assist the 3D printing of sensors onto organs that expand and contract. “We are pushing the boundaries of 3D printing in ways we never even imagined years ago,” said Professor Michael McAlpine, lead researcher on the project. […]
Scientists from the University of Grenoble have spent two years teaching a quadriplegic man to move his arms and legs, and even walk, using a brain-controlled AI exoskeleton. The 28-year-old patient, who had suffered from a cervical spinal cord injury that left him paralyzed from the shoulders down, came into the study with the ability […]
Earlier this month, a group of biohackers installed two Rasberry Pis in their legs. While that sounds like the bleeding edge, those computers were already v2 of a project called PegLeg. I was fortu… Source: Pegleg: Raspberry Pi Implanted Below The Skin (Not Coming To A Store Near You) | Hackaday