Tech blog has created a video profiling the research of a University of Utah engineering team developing a system of sensors that allows amputees to move a prosthetic arm with brain waves. The arm also provides a sense of touch to the person who uses it. The team is led by U bioengineering associate professor Greg Clark.

Clark also recently showed off the prosthetic arm to students at South Hills Middle School in Twin Falls, Idaho. The prosthetic is dubbed the “Luke” arm after the famous robotic hand worn by Luke Skywalker in the “Star Wars” films. Click here for video of his trip to the school along with Kevin Walgamott, the first person to ever use the arm in trials.