Exoskeleton controlled by human thoughts

Researchers of the Korea University and TU Berlin developed exoskeleton which can be controlled via human thoughts. The skeletons movement is performed whilst the person wearing the skeleton has to look at bunch of LEDs. Each LED corresponds to a skeletons movement – the brain produces a specific electrical signal while the person is looking at the light, which then is used to move the skeleton. The signals are received via a cap with electrodes and processed by a controller within the skeleton.

More information: www.tu-berlin.de