BMI used for rehabilitation after stroke research video of the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL).
BrindiSys (brain-computer interface devices to support individual autonomy in locked-in individuals)- is aimed at evaluating the benefit of a communication device (based on the Brain-Computer Interface technology) in support of individual autonomy of persons with ALS.
Way (Wearable interfaces for hAnd function recoverY)- aims to develop and clinically evaluate non-invasive technologies that create bidirectional physiological links between a hand assistive device (like a hand prosthesis or a hand exoskeleton) and the patient’s volition.
These links will be achieved by means of interfaces based on novel principles that combine multilevel biosignals and multimodal sensory feedback.
Treating neurophatic pain with non-invasive brain stimulation.– The Guttmann Institute is combining virtual reality and non-invasive stimulation to help patients in pain.)
TOBI (tools for brain-computer interaction)- will design non-invasive BCI prototypes that will be combined with existing assistive technologies and rehabilitation protocols. In such a hybrid approach users can couple brain interaction with muscle-based interaction or can naturally switch between the different ways of interacting.
 Educational Video Clips– to inform the general public about the work of NEURON

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