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This Brain Controlled Exoskeleton Hand Lets Quadriplegics Move Objects

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Here is a brain controlled exoskeleton hand that helps quadriplegics and people with serious injuries manipulate objects with their brain. Users will be able to use this robotic hand to hold a fork, write with a pen, use a credit card, and do a whole lot more.

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As RT explains, an elastic cap with electrodes is used to capture electric patterns from the brain and send them to a control box to actuate the hand. The system works in public places and takes users as little as 10 minutes to learn.

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