New brain-computer interface breaks through locked-in syndrome
The experimental system is right about 70 percent of the time.
Netflix project lets you mind-control its interface
Couch potatoes won't need to lift a finger ever again.
Brain implant helps a paralyzed woman communicate at home
The device is lending new independence to a 58-year-old 'locked-in' patient.
Researchers can find your deepest secrets by scanning your brain
The next privacy crisis could revolve around EEG scanning.
World's first 'active' sleep monitor keeps tabs on brain waves
All in an effort to help you improve your sleep quality.
UC San Diego researchers aim to bring EEGs out of the lab
The world's first 64-channel "dry" EEG doesn't need conductive paste.
ICYMI: E-paper kicks, robot directions via thought and more
There's a telepresence robot that people with motor impairments can direct with their thoughts.
For the first time, a paraplegic has walked without a robotic suit
It's the first time a paralyzed man has walked without the use of a robotic exoskeleton.
Netflix synthesizes a brainwave symphony for 'Sense8'
Netflix teamed with the creator of Babylon 5 to generate an eight-part symphony from people's brainwaves.