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  • Eye tracking can enhance the control of hand prostheses

    Eye tracking can enhance the control of hand prostheses by SDA Short News Eye tracking can enhance the control of hand prostheses eye movements eye tracking hand prostheses machine vision Controlling hand prostheses can be enhanced by tracing eye

    Eye tracking can enhance the control of hand prostheses
  • The man with the robotic arm

    body increases tremendously. 15 percent today – what about tomorrow? How fast is the progress in the field of hand prostheses? The past four years have seen tremendous progress. Before that, there was a period of stagnation, while at the same

    The man with the robotic arm
  • Brain-machine interfaces for the mass-market

    for supersonic aircraft from 2030 Short News Brain-machine interfaces for the mass-market cerebral signals mind control prostheses wheelchairs The factory of the future: Humans use brain-machine interfaces to control production processes through the

    Brain-machine interfaces for the mass-market
  • Downloadable prosthetic hand

    Her father, the physician Andreas Trojan from Zurich, Switzerland, scoured the market for practical and inexpensive prostheses for his daughter – without success. Not that there is a fundamental shortage of suitable products: Thanks to

    Downloadable prosthetic hand
  • Leg prosthesis communicates with the brain thanks to a new interface

    science An international research team led jointly from Zurich and Lausanne has developed a novel interface between leg prostheses and the wearer’s thigh that transmits sensations to the brain. The interface has already enabled two volunteers to

    Leg prosthesis communicates with the brain thanks to a new interface
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    An international research team led jointly from Zurich and Lausanne has developed a novel interface between leg prostheses and the wearer’s thigh that transmits sensations to the brain. The interface has already enabled two volunteers to

  • Making decisions – how the brain uses a trick

    or large shopping malls,” Sebastian Gluth explains. Further Short News Eye tracking can enhance the control of hand prostheses For the very first time in space, the ISS crew has produced meat using a 3D printer Behavior-based authentication as an

    Making decisions – how the brain uses a trick
  • Quantum Internet: Researchers create a tap-proof connection

    with quantum properties Making decisions – how the brain uses a trick Eye tracking can enhance the control of hand prostheses 1 2 3 4 5 6 > Share this article E-mail Facebook Twitter LinkedIn WhatsApp Written by sda / apa Photos by Vienna

    Quantum Internet: Researchers create a tap-proof connection
  • Improved carbon footprint thanks to the utilization of surplus electricity

    with quantum properties Making decisions – how the brain uses a trick Eye tracking can enhance the control of hand prostheses Share this article E-mail Facebook Twitter LinkedIn WhatsApp Written by SDA Photos by Keystone Read more May 08, 2020

    Improved carbon footprint thanks to the utilization of surplus electricity
  • Netflix junkies are harming the environment

    with quantum properties Making decisions – how the brain uses a trick Eye tracking can enhance the control of hand prostheses Share this article E-mail Facebook Twitter LinkedIn WhatsApp Written by Liz Donovan, afp Photos by Keystone Read more

    Netflix junkies are harming the environment
  • Creation of the first ever levitated massive particle with quantum properties

    masses. Further Short News Making decisions – how the brain uses a trick Eye tracking can enhance the control of hand prostheses For the very first time in space, the ISS crew has produced meat using a 3D printer 1 2 3 4 5 6 > Share this article

    Creation of the first ever levitated massive particle with quantum properties
  • The enchantress of numbers

    by transporting it down the mountain again. May 08, 2020 Short News Eye tracking can enhance the control of hand prostheses Controlling hand prostheses can be enhanced by tracing eye movements. According to Henning Müller, Professor of

    The enchantress of numbers
  • Study: Reducing the carbon footprint of houses and cars also saves money

    makes decision-making faster and more efficient. May 08, 2020 Short News Eye tracking can enhance the control of hand prostheses Controlling hand prostheses can be enhanced by tracing eye movements. According to Henning Müller, Professor of

    Study: Reducing the carbon footprint of houses and cars also saves money
  • Researchers investigate environmental risks of nanomedicines

    makes decision-making faster and more efficient. May 08, 2020 Short News Eye tracking can enhance the control of hand prostheses Controlling hand prostheses can be enhanced by tracing eye movements. According to Henning Müller, Professor of

    Researchers investigate environmental risks of nanomedicines
  • More suitable donor livers – thanks to an artificial body

    makes decision-making faster and more efficient. May 08, 2020 Short News Eye tracking can enhance the control of hand prostheses Controlling hand prostheses can be enhanced by tracing eye movements. According to Henning Müller, Professor of

    More suitable donor livers – thanks to an artificial body
  • Race to the quantum leap

    makes decision-making faster and more efficient. May 08, 2020 Short News Eye tracking can enhance the control of hand prostheses Controlling hand prostheses can be enhanced by tracing eye movements. According to Henning Müller, Professor of

    Race to the quantum leap
  • New type of electrode could help blind people

    the implantation of electrodes in the brain is associated with certain risks. Another possibility would be retinal prostheses, which are being developed by various companies and research institutions. However, for medical reasons, the use of such

    New type of electrode could help blind people
  • Physicists develop potential quantum computer interface

    An international research team led jointly from Zurich and Lausanne has developed a novel interface between leg prostheses and the wearer’s thigh that transmits sensations to the brain. The interface has already enabled two volunteers to

    Physicists develop potential quantum computer interface
  • Bones from a 3D printer

    An international research team led jointly from Zurich and Lausanne has developed a novel interface between leg prostheses and the wearer’s thigh that transmits sensations to the brain. The interface has already enabled two volunteers to

    Bones from a 3D printer
  • New technology makes home hydrogen fueling stations feasible

    An international research team led jointly from Zurich and Lausanne has developed a novel interface between leg prostheses and the wearer’s thigh that transmits sensations to the brain. The interface has already enabled two volunteers to

    New technology makes home hydrogen fueling stations feasible