Researchers at Brown University in America have opened a new path in history. As part of an exciting study, scientists were able to connect the human brain to a computer over a wireless network. The move, which was seen as a turning point for paralyzed people, was described by researchers as “with a single neuron resolution and full broadband accuracy.”
TABLET COMPUTER USED
According to a report in the Independent, the scientific journal IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering reported that paralyzed people who participated in the trial used a tablet computer using the system. Participants were able to achieve comparable recording speeds and point-to-point accuracy for wired systems.
“NO MORE PHYSICAL CONNECTION NEEDED”
On the other hand, John Simellar, Ph.D., a professor at Brown University, said: “We have shown that this wireless system is functionally equivalent to wired systems, which are considered the gold standard. Signals are recorded and transmitted with equal accuracy, which means the decoding algorithms we use in wired equipment, consist only in the fact that people no longer need to be physically attached to our equipment, which opens up new possibilities for the use of the system.