Researchers were able to restore the sense of touch to a 28-year-old who suffered a spinal cord injury with the help of new brain-computer interface technology.
According to a new study, the brain plans multiple actions simultaneously prior to selecting one action to execute.
A new study reveals a functional brain pattern linked to cognition, and with the help of a BMI, used it to activate an iPad's touch screen.
A new system allows people to control musical systems and performances through brainwave signals.
Alterations in internal states can influence how behavior improves with learning.
Researchers have developed a brain machine interface which can control a lower limb exoskeleton.
Neural activity patterns for limb movements remain stable over time. Researchers were able to record, decode, and reconstruct activity patterns from common movement skills. The findings could have immediate implications for the development of neuroprosthetics that can bypass brain injuries by inferring intended motor actions from a person's brain.
According to UCSF researchers, during non-REM sleep, newly learned useful neural patterns are replayed and recapped.