Tag: Quadriplegic reports a two-handed sense of touch after first bilateral brain implant

Quadriplegic reports a two-handed sense of touch after first bilateral brain implant

October 24, 2019

Paralysis patients could soon receive sensory feedback as they control a prosthetic limb, as a US team from Johns Hopkins University in Maryland, have developed a system that enables a quadriplegic to control two prosthetics arms simultaneously and also feel a sense of touch in response. The system works through custom sockets that support the […]

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