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With training, people in mind-controlled wheelchairs can navigate normal, cluttered spaces

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Group of the scientists working at the laboratory

A mind-controlled wheelchair can help a paralyzed person gain new mobility by translating users’ thoughts into mechanical commands. On November 18 in the journal iScience, researchers demonstrate that tetraplegic users can operate mind-controlled wheelchairs in a natural, cluttered environment after training for an extended period.

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