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Robot-human interaction - practical experiments with a cyborg

Warwick, K. (2006) Robot-human interaction - practical experiments with a cyborg. In: Braz, J., Araujo, H., Vieira, A. and Encarnacao, B. (eds.) Informatics in Control, Automation and Robotics I. Springer, Dordrecht, pp. 3-10. ISBN 1402041365

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Abstract/Summary

This paper presents results to indicate the potential applications of a direct connection between the human nervous system and a computer network. Actual experimental results obtained from a human subject study are given, with emphasis placed on the direct interaction between the human nervous system and possible extra-sensory input. An brief overview of the general state of neural implants is given, as well as a range of application areas considered. An overall view is also taken as to what may be possible with implant technology as a general purpose human-computer interface for the future.

Item Type:Book or Report Section
Divisions:Faculty of Science
ID Code:14484
Uncontrolled Keywords:COMMUNICATION, COMPUTER, ARRAY, STEP
Publisher:Springer

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