New Technology Allows the Brain to Operate Prosthetic Limbs [Video] 1

New Technology Allows the Brain to Operate Prosthetic Limbs [Video]

darpa_prosthetic_limbDARPA is currently working on a new technology that allows the brain to handle prosthetic limbs just like our normal states.

The method is called TMR (Targeted Muscle Reinnervation) and activates the nerves that are close to a truncated region, allowing the holder of the prosthetic limb to operate directly through the signals of these muscles. Scientists hope that new technology will greatly facilitate the daily activities of people such as dressing, lifting objects, etc., while surveys will continue until at least 2016.

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Injectable Foam to Stop Internal Bleeding in Soldiers

Injectable-Foam-Stop-Internal-Bleeding-SoldiersWhat we see in the pictures is named Stasis Wound System , the  program funded by DARPA. One type of  an injectable foam that is able to stop internal bleeding and stabilize organs so that a soldier can travel safely.

And as explained from DARPA , in a war situation, the rapid stabilization of a wounded soldier and disposal in the field are vital. One of the main problems arising from internal injuries, wounds alleviate extremely complicated at the moment for further handling.

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When the Brain Merges With Computer Vision

brain-with-computerMerge the Human brain  with a computer, integrating the potential of both to create a system that can be as precise as possible: this is the goal of the  Cognitive Technology Threat Warning System,sponsored by DARPA, in the United States. The experiments conducted to date have provided answers more than positive: according to the U.S. agency, in fact, the merger of brain activity with vision systems make possible the MPLEMENTATION system can detect threats and dangers with an accuracy of 100 % .

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