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Paralysis Patient Plays Beethoven Using New Computer Interface

News   Nov 22, 2018 | Original Press Release from Brown University

 
Paralysis Patient Plays Beethoven Using New Computer Interface

Two participants in the BrainGate clinical trial directly control a tablet computer through a brain-computer interface to chat with each other online. The research, published in PLOS ONE, is a step toward restoring the ability of people with paralysis to use everyday technologies. Credit: BrainGate Collaboration

 
 
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