NeuroNode – EMG assistive technology device

Electromyography, more commonly known as EMG, is “the measurement of electrical activity associated with the activation of a muscle group as detected by non-invasive electrodes on the surface of the skin…”   The NeuroNode takes EMG technology and transforms it into an assistive communication and control device for individuals living with paralysis and loss of speech.

The NeuroNode is a non-invasive, wireless sensor which is placed over the muscle chosen to be the switch.  Once the user attempts to move that muscle, the NeuroNode detects bioelectrical (EMG) signals.  The device then takes these signals to allow the user to control his or her computer, tablet, or cellular device.  It picks up the bioelectrical signals even if there’s no visible physical movement; this makes it ideal for individuals with ALS, cerebral palsy, and more.

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What can users do with the NeuroNode?

  1. Communicate with friends, caregivers, family, and clinicians
  2. Send and receive text and email messages
  3. Browse the web
  4. Listen to music
  5. Read the news
  6. Use environmental control systems
  7. Control external devices
  8. And more

Features of NeuroNode:

  • Bluetooth wireless connection
  • Easy for caregivers to setup and operate
  • Reliable operation once calibrated
  • Fast for users to learn and control
  • Medical-grade, small, wireless sensor attaches directly to user’s skin
  • Connects to any computer, iPad, tablet, or cellular device
  • Compatible with most popular assistive scanning software (e.g. Apple Switch Control and Google Switch Access)

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