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-- -- -- It captures the brain -- elect -- Chemical activity -- me in their impulses.
And produced by the brain.
Own and it send it over to the robot.
For those of us who aren't scientists simply -- Steve is an award winning robot controlled by your brain waves and he was invented by thirteen year old -- -- She loves math and science.
I'm always paying interest in a lot points -- this year she won first place an annual state science and engineering fair.
But more than just winning awards her goal is to help people.
That pick the person is on the disabled vacancy in the wheelchair and they can use that got her brain waves to control its movement -- -- -- -- Her science project comes from the heart her mother was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1996.
And Danielle -- trying to find a way to keep her mom independent.
I work really hard to -- chided me.
But the fact that he wants to help Haitian.
-- dealing with this illness is just.
If they got.
Did no -- -- you like to use her technology to help paralyzed people -- when something like a wheelchair or prosthetics they can send brain -- to make those things work so would be as easy as just raising eyebrows.
To make something -- and then just smiling and make it stop.
-- technology could even give wounded -- the ability to use their brains to move the robot kind of like magic hope.
Then he -- around -- -- wheelchairs.
-- where were they prosthetics.
Is usually cut steaks now it's just the muscle movement but now I can use it could be more natural because it's moving higher rate.
Not only is she winning awards prosthetic companies that are interest in her program are already approaching Danielle -- so her dreams of helping the disabled and her mom may come true sooner than she thinks.
Reporting from Miami springs -- Helms avenues.
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