Our project explores and expands on the wide variety of applications of EEG and EMG technologies, specifically in the realm of prosthesis. Modern day prosthetics can be difficult to control, unintuitive to use, and tend to generally have a limited range of motion. But what if we could engineer a customized prosthetic that can be controlled by brain waves that would allow for easier control and a wider range of motion? Well, turns out we can. We propose to build a headset embedded with electrodes that can provide EEG and EMG waves that are analyzed and converted into the appropriate motor commands to control a prosthetic arm. Now how cool is that?