A Fully-Implantable Wireless System for Human Brain-Machine Interfaces Using Brain Surface Electrodes: W-HERBS

@article{Hirata2011AFW,
  title={A Fully-Implantable Wireless System for Human Brain-Machine Interfaces Using Brain Surface Electrodes: W-HERBS},
  author={Masayuki Hirata and Kojiro Matsushita and Takafumi Suzuki and Takeshi Yoshida and Fumihiro Sato and Shayne Morris and Takufumi Yanagisawa and Tetsu Goto and Mitsuo Kawato and Toshiki Yoshimine},
  journal={IEICE Transactions},
  year={2011},
  volume={94-B},
  pages={2448-2453}
}
The brain-machine interface (BMI) is a new method for man-machine interface, which enables us to control machines and to communicate with others, without input devices but directly using brain signals. Previously, we successfully developed a real time control system for operating a robot arm using brain-machine interfaces based on the brain surface electrodes, with the purpose of restoring motor and communication functions in severely disabled people such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis… CONTINUE READING
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