Introducing our 2017 Heroes: Dmitry Selitskiy

In New Zealand, thousands of people do not have the ability to communicate. Suffering at the hands of conditions like cerebral palsy, motor neuron disease and muscular dystrophy, they are left ‘locked in’. Dmitry Selitskiy’s nous aims to help. A thought-controlled software that allows these people to use their brain waves to interact through a computer, the almost unbelievable invention has the potential to give them back their voice.

Read more about Dmitry in our latest issue of Denizen. 


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