The exoskeleton is part of Duke University' Walk Again Project, which aims to get paralyzed teens walking again. Since the patients receiving the exoskeletons can't send nerve signals to their legs, operating their lower limbs will instead be enabled through the use of a mind-reading headset. Brain waves detected through the patient's scalp will be sent wirelessly to the exoskeleton, which will then move accordingly.
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