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Becoming Superhuman thanks to Dr Jordan Nguyen

In this series, Biomedical engineer Dr Jordan Nguyen and and his engineering interns try to make a boy’s wildest dreams come true with cutting-edge technology. He’s promised 13 year-old Riley Saban he will invent a device to help Riley achieve the impossible… to drive a car using the movement of his eyes..

Biomedical engineer Dr Jordan Ngyen and his team take on a new challenge in the second of ABC TV’s Catalyst two part series Becoming Superhuman, to help Riley Saban achieve his dream to drive a car. Riley suffers from cerebral palsy, which is a condition that affects body movement and muscle coordination. In the first of the series Dr Jordan invented a prototype technology to enable his friend to control basic functions such as turning on the TV, lights and fans using his eye movements.

Watch out these vidoes to see how Jordan and his team tackle this challenge.

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Jordan’s aim is for Riley to have ‘telekinetic control’ – the ability to independently take control of the technology in his environment using only his eyes – through a headband that will respond to Riley’s eye movements.

About Mohammad

Dr Mohammad Khazab completed his Ph.D. in Computer Systems Engineering (Artificial Intelligence) at the University of South Australia in 2011. He has worked as Senior Software Engineer, Web Developer, and Research Associate on various projects. Currently he works at Schneider Electric on the design and development of new software solutions for smart devices used for home automation and Internet of Things. He's also been working on enterprise software for supply chain network simulation and optimisation, advanced planning and scheduling. In his spare times, In his spare times, he works on creating websites and mobile applications (Web2day Design), researching and writing about cutting-edge technologies in this blog. He has ambitions to solve real-world problems, and to use his knowledge and skills to develop useful applications.

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