A working prototype of a wheelchair steered by thoughts, rather than hands, will be demonstrated live to the public in Sydney next week.
About 700,000 Australians live with severe disability—many entirely dependent on someone else to move.
They may soon be more mobile thanks to the Thought-controlled Intelligent Machine (TIM), developed at the University of Technology Sydney. Read more here.
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