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BCI control of a robotic arm

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The patient is controlling the robotic arm by using both real hand and tongue movements. The signals are recorded from the surface of his brain, known as electrocorticography (ECoG), and the cortical changes that are associated with the patient opening and closing his hand are converted to machine commands, namely, operating the robotic hand.

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