Intrafascicular thin-film multichannel electrodes for sensory feedback: Evidences on a human amputee.

A. Benvenuto, S. Raspopovic, K. P. Hoffmann, J. Carpaneto, G. Cavallo, G. Di Pino, E. Guglielmelli, L. Rossini, P. M. Rossini, M. Tombini, S. Micera

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Abstract

The performance of motor neuroprostheses or robotic arm prostheses can be significantly improved by delivering sensory feed-back related to the ongoing motor task (e.g. the slippage of an object during grasping). Microfabricated neural electrodes implantable in peripheral nervous system seem a promising approach to this aim. New generation of thin-film intrafascicular electrodes longitudinally implantable in peripheral nerves (tf-LIFE4) has been developed and tested for afferent stimulation in human amputee case study.

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition
  • Signal Processing
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Health Informatics

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