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NeuroNode is a small, non-invasive, wireless EMG assistive communications device.
The NeuroNode wireless sensor is placed on the skin over the muscle chosen to be the switch. When you attempt to move that muscle, the NeuroNode detects your bioelectrical (EMG) signals, even if there is no visible muscle movement, and uses these signals to allow you to control your computer, tablet, or cellular device.
Compatible with most popular devices and operating systems, the NeuroNode allows users to reconnect to the world and find their voice again.
The NeuroNode uses the body’s EMG signals (the nerve signals sent from the brain to a muscle) as a switch to control a scanning keyboard on a computer, tablet, or mobile device. Most importantly it is:
Information and answers for those diagnosed with ALS, and those assisting someone with ALS.