Posted on December 9th, 2009 by Kelley Luckstein
Mayo Clinic scientists in Jacksonville, Fla., have tested a "mind-machine interface" that might someday let people speak or move artificial limbs just by thinking a command.
Patient volunteers made a letter of the alphabet appear on a computer screen simply by thinking about it.
Researchers worldwide have done similar work with scalp electrodes, but Mayo tested electrodes directly on the brain surface.
You must be logged-in to the site to post a comment.