Practical interface experiments with implant technology
Warwick, K. and Gasson, M. N. (2004) Practical interface experiments with implant technology. In: Sebe, N., Lew, M. S. and Huang, T. S. (eds.) Computer Vision in Human-Computer Interaction. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 3058. Springer, pp. 7-16. (ECCV 2004 Workshop on HCI)
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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-24837-8_2
In this paper results are shown to indicate the efficacy of a direct connection between the human nervous system and a computer network. Experimental results obtained thus far from a study lasting for over 3 months are presented, with particular emphasis placed on the direct interaction between the human nervous system and a piece of wearable technology. An overview of the present state of neural implants is given, as well as a range of application areas considered thus far. A view is also taken as to what may be possible with implant technology as a general purpose human-computer interface for the future.
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