The NESTOR consortium is delighted to announce that we are showcasing our work on a visual neuroprosthesis at the NEMO Science Museum this summer (2021),
In this exciting episode of the popular children’s TV series, ‘Klaas Kan Alles,’ Klaas’s challenge is to drive around a race track in a go-kart,
For a visual prosthesis to be useful in daily life, the system relies on image processing to ensure that maximally relevant information is conveyed, e.g.
We developed a mobile simulator of phosphene vision, to allow the general public to experience how artificially induced phosphene vision would look like for blind
The complexity of sensory stimuli has an important role in perception and cognition. However, its neural representation is not well understood. In this article published
Our recently published results in Science on the efficacy of using a 1024-channel neuroprosthesis for the generation of artificial vision gained coverage in national and
Recent discoveries from NESTOR Project 3 show that newly developed high-resolution implants in the visual cortex make it possible to recognize artificially induced shapes and
Team members, company representatives, and patient organisation representatives convened for two days of intense discussion.
The initiative aims to demonstrate proof-of-concept for a high-resolution, implantable device in the visual cortex. https://www.nwo.nl/actueel/nieuws/2016/ttw/zes-nieuwe-perspectief-programmas-van-start.html
The NESTOR consortium comprises the following research organisations:
The Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience, Maastricht University, Radboud University, and the University of Twente. © Copyright 2018 NESTOR. All Rights Reserved.