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The system is able to make adjustments on the fly when while guiding the cursor to a target, just as a hand and eye would work in tandem to move a mouse-cursor onto an icon on a computer desktop.
This indicates that the chimpanzees were able to distinguish the cursor actions controlled by themselves from those caused by other factors, even when the physical properties of those actions were almost identical," the researchers said.
15 /PRNewswire/ -- Cursor Consulting Group today announced the launch of CursorOne, your one-stop resource dedicated to connecting experienced professionals, employers, consultants, clients, partners, and recruiters.
Donoghue reported that significant progress has been achieved in the development of neural signal-control filters that improve the speed and accuracy of the participant's cursor control.
Cursor down the list and when you find the paintbrush icon just drag it up to your toolbar.
In one study by Smith and his coworkers, two rhesus monkeys learned to use a joystick to position a cursor on a square riddled with illuminated dots that was displayed on a computer monitor.
1 /PRNewswire/ -- The following was issued by Comet Systems: "We were quite surprised yesterday to get so much media attention about our Comet Cursor software.
According to preliminary findings, the participant, a 37 year-old man who is unable to speak or move his arms or legs, demonstrated the ability to voluntarily modulate his cortical activity to control a computer cursor and communication software.