Pakistani engineers develop robotic arm controlled by brain

Two Pakistani engineers named Mohammad Awais, and Anas Nazir, have developed a prosthetic arm (denoting an artificial body part) that can be controlled by giving commands via the brain. The engineers who developed this robotic arm started working on bio-robotics during a university project. This team’s approach focused on knee joint, one of the most complex mechanical systems within human body.

This prosthetic arm works when sensors are placed at locations in the body where the brain sends electric currents or signals to fingers, commanding them to move.

Source: TechJuice