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Brain-controlled interfaces are devices that capture brain transmissions involved in a subject's intention to act, with the potential to restore communication and movement to those who are immobilized. Current devices record electrical activity from the scalp, on the surface of the brain, and within the cerebral cortex. These signals are being translated to command signals driving prosthetic limbs and computer displays. Somatosensory feedback is being added to this control as generateddoi:10.1016/j.neuron.2006.09.019 pmid:17015237 fatcat:4hpdr5fhgbdrbc62lxk4mgiuky