Three-dimensional (3D) movement of neuroprosthetic devices can be controlled by the activity of cortical neurons when appropriate algorithms. Three-dimensional (3D) movement of neuroprosthetic devices can be controlled by the activity of cortical neurons when appropriate algorithms are used to. we can design a cortical decoding algorithm to generate movements of a nueroprosthetic device. But Direct cortical control of 3D neuroprosthetic devices – p.
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Helms Tillery and Andrew B. TaylorStephen I. Helms TilleryAndrew B. Schwartz Published in Science Three-dimensional 3D movement of neuroprosthetic devices can be controlled by the activity of cortical neurons when appropriate algorithms are used to decode intended movement in ddirect time.
Previous studies assumed that neurons maintain fixed tuning properties, and the studies used subjects who were unaware of the movements predicted by their recorded units. In this study, subjects had real-time visual feedback of their brain-controlled trajectories. This paper has highly influenced 94 other papers.
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