Rapid control and feedback rates enhance neuroprosthetic control

  title={Rapid control and feedback rates enhance neuroprosthetic control},
  author={Maryam M. Shanechi and Amy L. Orsborn and Helene G. Moorman and Suraj Gowda and Siddharth Dangi and Jose M. Carmena},
  booktitle={Nature communications},
Brain-machine interfaces (BMI) create novel sensorimotor pathways for action. Much as the sensorimotor apparatus shapes natural motor control, the BMI pathway characteristics may also influence neuroprosthetic control. Here, we explore the influence of control and feedback rates, where control rate indicates how often motor commands are sent from the brain to the prosthetic, and feedback rate indicates how often visual feedback of the prosthetic is provided to the subject. We developed a new… CONTINUE READING
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