Alberta-Made Think2Switch Device Changing The Lives of Kids With Cerebral Palsy


Researchers at the University of Calgary and University of Alberta, have created a device that is changing the lives of kids with cerebral palsy and other mobility challenges. Think2Switch, is a brain control interface device that works by placing sensors on the skull (non-invasive, no surgery required), then detects brain signals and turns those signals into movements allowing the user to be able to participate in many activities they couldn't before.

Abstract Written By:
Cali Wiersma
December 8, 2022

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