We report on the latest development of our photonics-based brain-machine interface. This work done in collaboration between UNSW and Macquarie University - and supported by the US Office of Naval Research-directly addresses the long-Term DARPA challenge of producing implantable chips with 1 million neural connections. To the best of our knowledge, no technology has demonstrated the potential so far to scale up to such a massive number of channels.
|Title of host publication||AOS Australian Conference on Optical Fibre Technology (ACOFT) and Australian Conference on Optics, Lasers, and Spectroscopy (ACOLS) 2019|
|Editors||Arnan Mitchell, Halina Rubinsztein-Dunlop|
|Place of Publication||Bellingham, Washington|
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - 30 Dec 2019|
|Event||AOS Australian Conference on Optical Fibre Technology, ACOFT 2019 and Australian Conference on Optics, Lasers, and Spectroscopy, ACOLS 2019 - Melbourne, Australia|
Duration: 9 Dec 2019 → 12 Dec 2019
|Name||Proceedings of SPIE|
|Conference||AOS Australian Conference on Optical Fibre Technology, ACOFT 2019 and Australian Conference on Optics, Lasers, and Spectroscopy, ACOLS 2019|
|Period||9/12/19 → 12/12/19|
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- Brain/machine interface
- Optical electrodes