Currently, tDCS is used as therapy for certain psychological disorders. Here’s a new startup which overclocks your brain with direct current. And, you can do it at home?
Using the most advanced brain-machine interface ever developed, Cathy Hutchinson can steer a robotic arm towards a bottle, pick it up, and drink her morning coffee. Its the popular BrainGate project …
Japanese artist and therapist Masaki Batoh created a machine that can create sound from brain waves. Check this video..
Jose Manuel Rodriguez Delgado is referred to one of the cartoonishly evil mad scientists of all time. This Spanish Professor of Physiology at Yale University wanted to create a mind control device.
Looking for an engineering mini project? Here’s 15-year-old Anand Srinivasan with his EEG & Prosthetics Project at Google Science Fair 2011..
A new technology developed at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) can now automate and standardize the process of collecting whole-brain images in lesser time.
2011 has been an amazing year for scientific discoveries. From all the innovations, over-hyped findings and controversial studies, I’d love to consider the brain chips and implants, they have to be my favorites.
Recently, IBM claimed that within 5 years, it will come out with mind reading technology with collaboration with Emotiv. Lets explore their cognitive computing project – SyNAPSE.
So, here is a new biomedical innovation which offers quick detection, diagnosis and monitoring of stroke. Kudos to a team of radiologists and retired US Navy sonar experts that made it possible using technology developed for submarines.