A brain-computer interface used in conjunction with telepresence robots could one day help the disabled find a measure of independence.
Three Austrian men have received mind-controlled robotic arms, using a world-first technique called "bionic reconstruction."
A man in Sweden has become the first recipient of a mind-controlled prosthetic arm that is directly interfaced with muscle, bone and nerves.
Your search for an unusual and creepy Halloween mask is over early this year. Just slap an alien with joysticks over your noggin.
Using cutting-edge technology that reads brain waves, patients with ALS are regaining some control of their lives.
Strapped into a robotic exoskeleton, paraplegic Juliano Pinto makes history by standing upright to kick a soccer ball for World Cup opening ceremonies.
It's hard to be productive when stressed, upset, or distracted. The Muse headband, which senses your brain waves, can help you calm your mind to regain focus. CNET's Kara Tsubio shows up how the headband could also help people who have trouble sleeping, people trying to quit smoking, and kids with ADHD.
The project to get a paralyzed teenager wearing a state-of-the-art exoskeleton to make the ceremonial first kick at the World Cup in Brazil this summer.
A new Kickstarter campaign wants to put an affordable, open-source brain-computer interface kit in the hands of anyone with a computer.
Researchers are looking to push robotic exoskeletons into the realm of thought control, eliminating the need for hand controls and reaching those unable to use their upper bodies.