UofG Engineers aim to get a grip on improved human-machine interfacing

Published: 23 August 2022

Professor Hadi Heidari (JWSE) is MAGNABLE’s principal investigator. He said: “MMG has a great deal of potential to produce the kind of high-resolution data that we’ll need in order to create highly capable neural interfaces which can be controlled by muscle movements, just like real limbs. The technology we’re developing could also be incorporated into arm bands or other wearable devices to enable realistic interactions with virtual and extended reality."

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First published: 23 August 2022

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