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Neuralink R1 Robot / Surgical robot

Neuralink R1 Robot
Neuralink R1 Robot

Discipline: Product

Neuralink R1 Robot
Neuralink R1 Robot
Neuralink R1 Robot
Neuralink R1 Robot
Neuralink R1 Robot

Discipline: Product

This surgical robot enables people with physical disabilities such as full-body paralysis to control devices and technologies with just their thoughts. This means that this patient population who have previously been completely dependent on caregivers is now able to live more independently. Imagine someone who cannot move any part of their body being able to use a robotic arm to drink or feed themselves just by thinking. Imagine that same person being able to easily control their wheelchair or call loved ones using just their thoughts. There is such a huge potential for this technology to make a positive impact.

  • DATE OF LAUNCH 2020

  • DEVELOPMENT TIME 13 - 24 months

  • TARGET REGIONS North America

  • TARGET GROUPS Other target groups: Patients with extreme physical disabilities but highly functioning cognitive capabilities

Client / Manufacturer

Neuralink

Neuralink
Fremont, United States

Design

Card79

WOKE studio
San Francisco, United States

Afshin Mehin, Levi Joo, Jean Louis Iaconis, Alexander Wood-Thomas, John Harris, Jake Paul

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