This Neural Probe Is So Thin, The Brain Doesn’t Know It’s There


Wiring our brains up to computers could have a host of exciting applications – from controlling robotic prosthetics with our minds to restoring sight by feeding camera feeds directly into the vision center of our brains. Most brain-computer interface research to date has been conducted using electroencephalography (EEG) where electrodes are placed on the scalp …

Source: This Neural Probe Is So Thin, The Brain Doesn’t Know It’s There

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