‘Neurograins’ Could be the Next Brain-Computer Interfaces

‘Neurograins’ Could be the Next Brain-Computer Interfaces


Publication Title
WIRED
Publication/Creation Date
September 13 2021
Creators/Contributors
Emily Mullin (creator)
Brown University (contributor)
Arto Nurmikko (contributor)
Baylor University (contributor)
University Of California At San Diego (contributor)
Qualcomm Technologies Inc. (contributor)
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency DARPA (contributor)
Chantel Prat (contributor)
University Of Washington (contributor)
Florian Solzbacher (contributor)
Blackrock Microsystems (contributor)
Persuasive Intent
Information
Description
"A  team at Brown University has developed a system that uses dozens of silicon microchips to record and transmit brain activity to a computer. Dubbed “neurograins,” the chips—each about the size of a grain of salt—are designed to be sprinkled across the brain’s surface or throughout its tissue to collect neural signals from more areas than currently possible with other brain implants."

This article also makes reference to other BCI research, including Neuralink, Strentrode, and Blackrock Microsystems.
HCI Platform
Implantables
Relation to Body
In
Related Body Part
Brain
Marketing Keywords
Neuralink Corp., Utah Array
Source
https://www.wired.com/story/neurograins-could-be-the-next-brain-computer-interfaces/