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Published on Aug 20, 2012
A stroke subject with right-sided foot drop uses a noninvasive brain-computer interface (BCI) to operate a noninvasive functional electrical stimulation (FES) device mounted on his tibialis anerior muscle. In response to textual cues, the subject attempts the foot dorsilfexion, the BCI system detects the intention and turns the stimulator on, ultimately completing the movement.
This work was partially supported by the Long Beach VA Advanced Research Fellowship Grant.