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from Duke University Press Release. By schadeaux, October 16, 2003 in Science & Technology. 3 posts in this topic. schadeaux 372.
Electrodes were implanted in the monkeys’ skulls, close to the brain. They do double duty of both allowing the monkey to control the arms with their thoughts, while allowing the scientists to monitor changes to an area of the brain long ago rewired by amputation. In the future, the system could also be used to deliver sensory information to back to the brain, potentially bringing a sense of touch to the prosthetic.
This monkey is controlling a robot arm via a brain interface. The experiment was designed to push the limits of brain-computer interfaces and increase the complexity of devices controlled by direct neural connections
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Monkey Brains is a 2001 puzzle video game developed by Yobro productions for PC. The game follows injured scientist Dr. Simius who attempts to stop the evil Dr. Kreep from using mind-control technology.
Scientists at University of Pittsburgh have successfully tested the arm and hand unit with monkeys and ready to explore the the potential for fully functional prosthetic arms. And before the nightmares of armies of patchwork cyborg monkeys turning on their creators kick in, don't worry: the monkeys were allowed to keep their arms. Doctors humanely strapped them down and inserted small probes into the motor functions of their brains, killing them instantly. Your fantasy of getting a handjob from Lee Majors is one step closer to reality, thanks to this new robot arm controlled by thought alone. Scientists at University of Pittsburgh have successfully tested the arm and hand unit with monkeys and ready to explore the the potential for fully functional prosthetic arms.