Scientists show that breathing may be used to control a wearable third robotic arm in healthy individuals, without hindering control of other parts of the body. The extra arm can be controlled with the diaphragm, with simultaneous control of both natural arms, without impacting the ability to speak.

Scientists show that breathing may be used to control a wearable third robotic arm in healthy individuals, without hindering control of other parts of the body. The extra arm can be controlled with the diaphragm, with simultaneous control of both natural arms, without impacting the ability to speak.