Here is a robotic arm that can be controlled by brain signals to make life easier for people with disabilities. As Euronews report, David Gathu and Moses Kinyua made this bio-robotic arm and uses a NeuroNode biopotential headset receiver to convert brain signals into an electric currents.
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The arm is made of various materials, including recycled wood. It can move vertically and horizontally. This video shows how this bionic arm works.
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