Wireless, Implantable Interface Lets Monkeys Control Computers With Their Brains

Implantable Brain Interface

Engineers Arto Nurmikko and Ming Yin examine their prototype wireless, broadband neural sensing device. Fred Field for Brown University

A team of researchers at Brown have developed a wireless version of a brain-computer interface that translates thoughts into actions. This device has the potential to change how stroke patients, paraplegics and other people with limited mobility can interact with their surroundings. Read more.