Cortically controlled brain-machine interface


Over the past ten years, we have tested and helped develop a multi-electrode array for chronic cortical recordings in behaving non-human primates. We have found that it is feasible to record from dozens of single units in the motor cortex for extended periods of time and that these signals can be decoded in a closed-loop, real-time system to generate goal… (More)


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