Paralyzed man can now use his mind to shake hands, drink beer using robotic arm

A man paralyzed by gunshot more than a decade ago can shake hands, drink beer and play "rock, paper, scissors" by controlling a robotic arm with his thoughts, researchers reported.   Two years ago, doctors in California implanted a pair of tiny chips into the brain of Erik Sorto that decoded his thoughts to move the free-standing robotic arm. The 34-year-old has been working with researchers and occupational therapists to practice and fine-tune his movements.   It's the latest attempt at creating mind-controlled prosthetics to help disabled people gain more independence. In the last decade, several people outfitted with brain implants have used their minds to control a computer cursor or steer prosthetic limbs.   Full Article:

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Revolve Robotics Demonstrates Easy Telepresence Integrations with Telemedicine Ecosystem Leaders

Revolve Robotics to Demo Integrated Solutions including GeriJoy, JACO, Plantronics, swyMed, and Vidyo at ATA Booth #2226

Revolve Robotics and swyMed Team to Deliver Secure, HIPAA-Compliant Robotic Telepresence for Telemedicine. See It at swyMed's HIMSS Booth #7164

Revolve Robotics, a leading innovator in robotic telepresence, today announced seamless integration between its innovative Kubi robotic telepresence platform and an innovative telemedicine video communications client from swyMed via Revolves Application Programming Interface (API) and Software Development Kit (SDK). Together, these two solutions combine to deliver video collaboration with real-time patient data for remote experts, while also enabling those remote consultants to independently engage and "look around" the remote site in order to better assess the patient.

Revolve Robotics & JACO Expand Integration to Create New, Advanced Telemedicine Solutions; See it at JACO's HIMSS Booth #4712

Revolve Robotics, a leading innovator in robotic telepresence, today announced seamless integration between its innovative Kubi robotic telepresence platform and JACO, a leading manufacturer of mobile computer carts for the healthcare industry. Together, their combined solutions deliver multiple new options for hospitals, physicians, psychiatrists, and other healthcare professionals looking for a mobile platform to deliver engaging, productive telemedicine.

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