Video: Sensation of Movement Recreated in Amputees’ Robotic Arms

Published 21 Mar 2018, 09:42 GMT
Video: Sensation of Movement Recreated in Amputees’ Robotic Arms

Scientists have developed a technique that restores intuitive feeling in people with upper limb amputations. Using a vibrating motor, the device tricks the mind into believing it's receiving feedback from a muscle.

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