Biomedical engineers and physicians from Johns Hopkins have reported on their first successful efforts to wiggle fingers independently of each other and individually, by way of using a mind-controlled prosthetic arm. Is an advancement of this magnitude what we can expect of new age prosthesis or is it something right out of a sci-fi movie?
New revolutions in technology and research have opened the door for athletes to maximize their potential. Sports vision training, and in particular perceptual-cognitive training, might be the reason why you could be the next David Ortiz, Chris Davis or Bryce Harper.
Kyle Lowry, Dwyane Wade, LeBron James collectively receive the honour of Heroes of the Week by performing an amazing alley-oop. As for our Zero of the week, Kingsley Ehizibue misses a wide-open net.
For Maxime Chevrier, sports has been a part of his life for as long as he remembers. Having played ice hockey at the professional level and after obtaining a psychology degree from the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR), he dedicated his career towards sports psychology and working with athletes to allow them to maximize their potential.
Pour maximiser les bénéfices de votre entrainement NeuroTracker, ajoutez des exercices exigeants d’un point de vue cognitif afin d’amener votre cerveau à de nouveaux niveaux.
A new discovery might allow individuals with disabilities, including paralysis, to be able to use their exoskeletons more efficiently. This revolutionary device might allow disabled individuals to stand on their own two feet again.
L’ajout progressif d’exigences lors d’un programme continu NeuroTracker a démontré une amélioration de l’étendue de la courbe d’apprentissage cognitive et pourrait être un élément clé dans l’atteinte de niveaux de performance avancés.
In this week Heroes and Zeroes: Ricardinho makes a significant, game-changing play to score one of the most beautiful futsal goals we’ve ever witnessed. On the other hand, Carlin Isles loses track of an incoming opposing player and pays dearly for it.
The likes of Aaron Rodgers, Peyton Manning and Tom Brady, considered to be some of the best quarterbacks to play the game, have made history both in victory and in defeat. What makes them so great?
New research completed by Harvard’s John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences has unlocked a brain fold replication model that may help scientists to understand how the inner workings of the brain function; which up until this point has remained a mystery.