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Controlling a motor with the mind

Actually, the wrist and forearm. The packaged force pad controller is shown commanding the "Double DEC'er" wireless-enabled BLDC motor controller, each driving a custom miniature hub motor.

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equals zero

Category: Research | Updated almost 2 years ago

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June 25, 2010 08:30
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