Advances in exoskeletons aid paraplegics

10/1/2013 | EuroNews.com (France)

Rapid advances in the technology of exoskeletons, such as a model developed through a European Union research project, are enabling more paraplegics to stand and walk. Researchers would like to develop systems to control the devices with brain waves, possibly using signals sent to the eyes.

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