Nomon, a newly designed flexible system, incorporates probabilistic reasoning to learn how users with motor impairments and paralysis make selections when typing and adjust the interface to improve speed and accuracy.
A minimally invasive brain implant is to be tested on humans for the first time. The device, named Stentrode, will be placed in blood vessels in the motor cortex, and researchers believe it will help improve movement and speech for those with a range of neurological disorders.
Researchers report a brain computer interface can enable those with paralysis to directly operate tablet technology just by thinking about cursor movements and clicks.
Researchers have developed a BCI that can decipher and communicate the thoughts of those with locked in syndrome.
A wireless neural implant has allowed a locked in ALS patient to operate a speech computer with her brain activity.
Brain-to-text system could help people with speech difficulties to communicate, researchers report.
Researchers used electrodes implanted into the temporal lobes of patients to decode brain signals at nearly the speed of perception.