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Controlling wheelchairs with facial muscles

Unfortunately for people with muscular dystrophy or ALS, the diseases progress to a point where even a joystick can't be used to control a wheelchair. With this amazing technology, developed by University of Miyazaki researchers in Japan, patients will be able to blink and clench teeth to move around independently.

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