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Technology for Brain-Machine Interfaces
Brain-machine interfaces (BMIs) use recordings from the nervous system to extract volitional and motor parameters for controlling external actuators, such as prosthetics, thereby bypassing or replacing injured tissue. As ...
Wireless Electrophysiology of Locomotor Behaviors in Unrestrained Rhesus Macaques
In recent years, large-scale brain recordings in nonhuman primates have been a driving force for both fundamental neuroscience and the field of brain-machine interfaces (BMIs). This required monkey implants connected to ...