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2007 3rd International IEEE/EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering
Restoring the sensation of inertia in individuals with balance-related impairments is achievable through development of an artificial vestibular prosthesis, based on the cochlear implant paradigm. The vestibular system, however, involves added complexity in surgical methods required for reliable implantation, thus limiting widespread feasibility. This work aims to support research in developing surgical technology for precisely accessing inside the vestibular organ. Issues relating to surgicaldoi:10.1109/cne.2007.369606 fatcat:xxfkllgnwfea5benxmj3qprl3i