5 Futuristic Mind-Controlled Prosthetics


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5 Futuristic Mind-Controlled Prosthetics



The world of prosthetics is developing quicker by the year. Doctors, engineers, and students are all striving to design more effective artificial limbs that can help amputees and sufferers of paralysis live not only more comfortably, but also to thrive.

Today we are looking at the top 5 bionic prosthetics that look like they’re from the future.

0:00 – Open bionics Hero Arm
2:04 – University of Utah’s bionic leg
3:46 – Mr. Burkharts brain implant
5:25 – Össur’s Mind-Controlled Bionic Prosthetics
6:39 – BioDapt performance prosthetics

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  1. Its not mind control because nothing is connected to the brain how it work is there is a sensor far up the fake arm and the sensor detects what muscle want to move and how much and picks those movements up and sent the signal thru to the fake lims of the fake arm to move just like a normal hand/arm and i know this because im BIO engineer and made a few of them before what works 100% we dont sell them to hospitals because they want to ask millions while it dont even take $50000 to make one

  2. Out of all of these, I think the neural connection system that bypass spinal injury is the most revolutionary one. Once the AI is advanced enough, we could develop the technology to give paraplegics and quadriplegics the ability to move again. This, out of all of these, is the most remarkable for sure.

  3. I wanna join the military and if I ever come back without a hand or half an arm or hopefully neither of those but I would really like one of these, one that can actually crush steel

  4. The real breakthrough is when they can make these prosthetics affordable for everyone, not just for people with insurance in a western country, but for people in 3rd world countries.

  5. When they can tie the prosthetic in to your neural network and power itself from your own bodies Electrical field so that you could have tactile feedback from sensors in the prosthetic, that will be a breakthrough.

  6. Oh and it’ll get to the point where mercenaries or soldiers will adopt bionics and have limbs removed because theyre easier to maintain than a legitimate human limb in stressful environments like a warzone. Good technology goes both ways.