BackHome Project Back in the News

 BackHome Project Back in the News

The BackHome Project has been back in the News!

The BackHome Project looks at giving people with severe neurological defects who have severe limitations of movement, the chance to live at home and do things which will keep them connected with the world. For example, turn on lights; turn on the heating and open doors.

The European Project developed by Eurecat and funded by the European Commission involves teams from Austria, Germany, UK and Spain.

The article written by, Ana MacPherson finishes: “The European project takes a big leap in brain-computer technology to make life easer for people severely affected neurologically. In addition to the achievement of the platform itself, they have managed to make it accessible, easy to use for caregivers and technology users.”

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