Figure 1—figure supplement 1. | High performance communication by people with paralysis using an intracortical brain-computer interface

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High performance communication by people with paralysis using an intracortical brain-computer interface

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Stanford University, United States; Emory University and Georgia Institute of Technology, United States; Emory University, United States; Massachusetts General Hospital, United States; Brown University, United States; Rehabilitation R&D Service, Department of VA Medical Center, United States; Case Western Reserve University, United States; Louis Stokes VA Medical Center, United States; Harvard Medical School, United States
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Download figureOpen in new tabFigure 1—figure supplement 1. Participant T6’s typed responses during the question and answer sessions.

During these sessions, T6 was prompted with questions and formulated responses de novo. She could engage and disengage the interface using a play/pause button (see Video 1). In these sessions, two successive spaces resulted in the insertion of the ‘.’ character in place of the first space. Consent was obtained to release T6’s typed text.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7554/eLife.18554.004