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Brain gate
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Brain gate

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  • 1. BRAIN GATE Under The Esteemed Guidance of Mr.G.Venugopal Associate ProfessorDepartment Of Computer Science and EngineeringSri Satya Narayana Engineering College, Ongole By M.Hanumantha Rao
  • 2. 1. INTRODUCTION2.HISTORY3.BRAINGATE DEVICE4.WORKING5. ADVANTAGES6. DISADVANTAGES7.CONCLUSION
  • 3. INTRODUCTION BrainGate is a brain implant system developed by the bio-tech company Cyber kinetics in 2003. The computer chip, which is implanted into thebrain monitors brain activity in the patient . converts the intention of the user into computer commands. The Braingate Neural Interface device consists of a tiny chip containing 100 microscopic electrodes .
  • 4. HISTORY After 10 years of study and research, Cyberkinetics, a biotech company in Foxboro, Massachusetts, has developed BrainGate in 2003 Dr. John Donaghue director of the brain science program at Brown University The company behind the brain implant, lead the team to research and develop this brain implant system.
  • 5. BRAINGATE DEVICE The braingate pilot device consists of a Sensor of the size of a contact lens, a cable and pedestal, which connects the chip to the computer.
  • 6. WORKING The sensor of the size of a contact lens is implanted in brain’s percental gyrus which control hand and arm movements. A tiny wire connects the chip to a small pedestal secured in the scull. A cable connects the pedestal to a computer. The brains 100bn neurons fire between 20 and 200 times a second.
  • 7. ADVANTAGES The BrainGate Neural Interface System is being designed to one day allow the user to interface with a computer . The BrainGate System may offer substantial improvement over existing assistive technologies Potential advantages of the BrainGate System over other muscle driven or brain-based computer interface approaches include
  • 8. DISADVANTAGES BrainGate System is that at this time, while still being perfected, , the switches must be frequenly adjusted which is a time consuming process. There is also a worry that devices such as this will “normalize” society. The BrainGate Neural Interface System has not been approved by the FDA, but has been approved for IDE status
  • 9. CONCLUSION The invention of Braingate is such a revolution in medical field. WITH A BRAINGATE YOU CAN: Turn on or off the lights on your room Check and read E-mails Play games in computer Use your PC Watch and control your Television Control a robotic arm
  • 10. Any Queries
  • 11. THANK Q

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