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Published on Jun 19, 2018
It sounds like science fiction: a device that can reconnect a paralyzed person’s brain to his or her body. But that’s exactly what the experimental NeuroLife system does. Developed by Battelle and Ohio State University, NeuroLife uses a brain implant, an algorithm and an electrode sleeve to give paralysis patients back control of their limbs. For Ian Burkhart, NeuroLife’s first test subject, the implications could be life-changing.
Producer and Editor - Alan Jeffries Camera - Zach Frankart, Alan Jeffries Sound Recordist - Brandon MacLean Graphics - Sylvia Yang Animators - Ricardo Mendes, James Hazael, Andrew Embury Sound Mix and Design - Cadell Cook