Brain-controlled exoskeleton allows quadriplegic to walk and manipulate items

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 abilityContinue reading “Brain-controlled exoskeleton allows quadriplegic to walk and manipulate items”

Pegleg: Raspberry Pi Implanted Below The Skin (Not Coming To A Store Near You) | Hackaday

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

Find My Way Home

This is the second music video I have made featuring this song. My daughter watched the first video and thought of a different treatment than the one I followed for the first video. When she told me about her treatment, I thought it was really good and I told her I would make another video.Continue reading “Find My Way Home”

Mexican company converts avocado pits into completely biodegradable plastic | Latest News | Science and Technology | NowScienceNews.co.uk

The bioplastic products manufactured using his process biodegrade after 240 days of being exposed to the elements or buried in the ground, while their fossil fuel-based counterparts can take more than 100 years. When you think of Mexico, you think of tequila and guacamole, says Scott Munguia. If he has his way, you might alsoContinue reading “Mexican company converts avocado pits into completely biodegradable plastic | Latest News | Science and Technology | NowScienceNews.co.uk”