18 May 2017 Portable non-invasive brain-computer interface: challenges and opportunities of optical modalities
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The development of portable non-invasive brain computer interface technologies with higher spatio-temporal resolution has been motivated by the tremendous success seen with implanted devices. This talk will discuss efforts to overcome several major obstacles to viability including approaches that promise to improve spatial and temporal resolution. Optical approaches in particular will be highlighted and the potential benefits of both Blood-Oxygen Level Dependent (BOLD) and Fast Optical Signal (FOS) will be discussed. Early-stage research into the correlations between neural activity and FOS will be explored.
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Clara A. Scholl, Clara A. Scholl, Scott M. Hendrickson, Scott M. Hendrickson, Bruce A. Swett, Bruce A. Swett, Michael J. Fitch, Michael J. Fitch, Erich C. Walter, Erich C. Walter, Michael P. McLoughlin, Michael P. McLoughlin, Mark A. Chevillet, Mark A. Chevillet, David W. Blodgett, David W. Blodgett, Grace M. Hwang, Grace M. Hwang, } "Portable non-invasive brain-computer interface: challenges and opportunities of optical modalities", Proc. SPIE 10194, Micro- and Nanotechnology Sensors, Systems, and Applications IX, 101941K (18 May 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2262844; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2262844

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