Interfacing the somatosensory system to restore touch and proprioception: essential considerations.

@article{Weber2012InterfacingTS,
  title={Interfacing the somatosensory system to restore touch and proprioception: essential considerations.},
  author={Douglas J. Weber and Rebecca Fenton Friesen and Lee E. Miller},
  journal={Journal of motor behavior},
  year={2012},
  volume={44 6},
  pages={
          403-18
        }
}
State-of-the-art upper extremity prostheses include anthropomorphic hands with dexterity that approximates that of a human. To be fully useful, these devices will require an advanced somatosensory neural interface to convey tactile and proprioceptive feedback to the user. To this end, microstimulation methods are being developed using microelectrode arrays implanted at various locations along the somatosensory neuraxis, from peripheral nerves to primary somatosensory cortex. There is presently… CONTINUE READING
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