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Augmented reality helps amputee victims

The BBC has reported on how use of augmented reality technology has helped amputee victims suffering from "phantom limb" pain. The treatment, developed at Chalmers University of Technology, reportedly

The BBC has reported on how use of augmented reality technology has helped amputee victims suffering from "phantom limb" pain. The treatment, developed at Chalmers University of Technology, reportedly allows signals from the muscles in amputated limb to communicate with a computer, allowing real time movement. It is possible that in future this sort of treatment could be used as a rehabilitation aid for those with spinal cord injuries.

You can read more about this story on the BBC News website