Reach and grasp by people with tetraplegia using a neurally controlled robotic arm

@inproceedings{Hochberg2012ReachAG,
  title={Reach and grasp by people with tetraplegia using a neurally controlled robotic arm},
  author={Leigh R. Hochberg and Daniel Bacher and Beata Jarosiewicz and Nicolas Y. Masse and John D. Simeral and J{\"o}rn Vogel and Sami Haddadin and Jie Liu and Sydney S. Cash and Patrick van der Smagt and John P. Donoghue},
  booktitle={Nature},
  year={2012}
}
Paralysis following spinal cord injury, brainstem stroke, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and other disorders can disconnect the brain from the body, eliminating the ability to perform volitional movements. A neural interface system could restore mobility and independence for people with paralysis by translating neuronal activity directly into control signals for assistive devices. We have previously shown that people with long-standing tetraplegia can use a neural interface system to move and… CONTINUE READING
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