Dec 22, 2021

A Novel Carbon-Based Biosensor Could Revolutionize Brain-Controlled Robotics

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It overcame three significant challenges.

A team of researchers from the University of Technology Sydney’s Faculty of Engineering and IT has created a biosensor that clings to the skin of the face and head to detect electrical signals transmitted by the brain. Then, these signals are translated into commands to control autonomous robotic systems.

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