Thoughts turned into text Two implanted electrode arrays record the brain activity produced by thinking about writing letters. This information is then collected and processed in real-time by a computer, which converts that data into words on a screen. Image courtesy of Shenoy lab & Erika Woodrum (artist)

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Composing thoughts: mental handwriting produces brain activity that can be turned into text


Summary: NIH BRAIN Initiative-funded project could help people with paralysis to communicate.

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