MIT Technology Review | A Brain-Computer Interface That Works Wirelessly

A Brain-Computer Interface That Works Wirelessly By Antonio Regalado for MIT Technology Review 14 January 2015 A wireless transmitter could give paralyzed people a practical way to control TVs, computers, or wheelchairs with their thoughts. A wireless brain interface uses the head-worn transmitter, shown. A few paralyzed patients could soon be using a wireless brain-computer…

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Ten-dimensional anthropomorphic arm control in a human brain−machine interface: difficulties, solutions, and limitations

Ten-dimensional anthropomorphic arm control in a human brain−machine interface: difficulties, solutions, and limitations B Wodlinger, J E Downey, E C Tyler-Kabara, A B Schwartz, M L Boninger and J L Collinger Journal of Neural Engineering  2014  Vol. 12 © The Author(s). 2014 Published: 16 December 2014 Abstract Objective. In a previous study we demonstrated continuous…

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Wireless Neurosensor for Full-Spectrum Electrophysiology Recordings during Free Behavior

Wireless Neurosensor for Full-Spectrum Electrophysiology Recordings during Free Behavior Ming Yin, David A. Borton, Jacob Komar, Naubahar Agha, Yao Lu, Hao Li, Jean Laurens, Yiran Lang, Qin Li, Christopher Bull, Lawrence Larson, David Rosler, Erwan Bezard, Grégoire Courtine, Arto V. Nurmikko Neuron  2014  84:1170-1182 © The Author(s). 2014 Published: 04 December 2014 Highlights • Compact,…

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