Thought controlled movement

A matchstick-sized device, developed by the University of Melbourne and Parkville precinct partners, could give many the power to control the movement of robots by the use of thought alone. This breakthrough has the potential to control exoskeletons that will help people with damaged spinal cords walk again.

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Exhibit 6: Thought controlled movement

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6 / Thought controlled movement

Exhibit located at corner Collins St/Spencer St →

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