A Mind-Controlled Cyborg Leg Made The World Cup's First Kick [VIDEO]
Jun 13, 2014 08:44
The World Cup just had its first kick and it was done by the most advanced mind-controlled exoskeleton in the world. It came from the cyborg like toes of someone who is paralyzed from waist down.
The Walk Again Project's exoskeleton is a thought-powered system that includes a helmet with an accompany microchip and sensors and leg braces. You just have to imagine yourself making motions and the suit will handle the rest for you.
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