A mind-controlled robot arm?

Check out my latest story for Engadget: Carnegie Mellon College of Engineering's Bin He's lab has developed a mind-controlled robotic arm that doesn't rely on invasive brain implants to function.

I spoke with Cleveland Clinic's Dr. Paul Marasco and Dr. Dawn M. Taylor about what this technology could mean for people who live with movement disorders. Read more about it here.

Carnegie Mellon University's College of Engineering

Carnegie Mellon University's College of Engineering