Implants on paralyzed man for eight years allowed him to send signals from his brain to his arm and shoulders.
A man who was paralyzed and was not able to use his hands for six years is now able to play video games and do simple things like picking up a bottle. He was planted a small computer chip on his brain that allows his mind to control his hands.
A brain chip implant helped restore muscle movement in a paralyzed man, researchers report.
For the very first time, researchers have been able to restore the ability to grasp with a paralyzed hand.
Scientists have discovered a way to control wheel chairs through body piercings. An experimental device essentially a magnet in a tongue piercing is detected by sensors and eventually converted into commands. These commands can be used to control slew of devices.