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Field Work - World Cup: Kinetic

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Published on Jul 9, 2014

Miguel Nicolelis and his international team worked together to produce an exoskeleton that can be controlled by brainwaves. The first kick of the FIFA World Cup 2014 was made by Juliano Pinto, a paraplegic man who with the help of this technology was able to stand and kick the ball.
Imagine Science Films asks Miguel how this technology came about and how Juliano felt taking part in the WalkAgain project, which eventually saw him kick off the World Cup in Brazil!

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