From the NY TimesBy EMILY B. HAGERPublished: October 29, 2010OWEN CAIN depends on a respirator and struggles to make even the slightest movements — he has had a debilitating motor-neuron disease since infancy.Owen, 7, does not have the strength to maneuver a computer mouse, but when a nurse propped her boyfriend’s iPad within reach in …
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RESEARCHERS USE BRAIN INTERFACE TO POST TO TWITTER
This is a copy of an email I received in April... sorry it has taken me this long to share it!MADISON - In early April, Adam Wilson posted a status update on the social networking Web site Twitter - just by thinking about it. Click on this link to see a demonstration.Just 23 characters long, …
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