World-first device lets Paralysed man move his hand with his Mind

A 24-year-old quadriplegic man has regained his ability to pick up objects, stir liquids, swipe a credit card, and yep, play Guitar Hero, thanks to a new brain implant that allows him to control the muscle movement in his arms, hands, and fingers with just his thoughts.

The world-first device, called NeuroLife, allows the brain to communicate directly with muscles in paralysed limbs – effectively bypassing the damaged spinal cord altogether. And as you can see in the video below, the results are pretty freaking cool.

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