Active Sensing of Target Location Encoded by Cortical Microstimulation

  title={Active Sensing of Target Location Encoded by Cortical Microstimulation},
  author={Subramaniam Venkatraman and Jose M. Carmena},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering},
Cortical microstimulation has been proposed as a method to deliver sensory percepts to circumvent damaged sensory receptors or pathways. However, much of perception involves the active movement of sensory organs and the integration of information across sensory and motor modalities. The efficacy of cortical microstimulation in such an active sensing paradigm has not been demonstrated. We report a novel behavioral paradigm which delivers microstimulation in real-time based on a rat's movements… CONTINUE READING
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