1. A closed-loop compressive-sensing-based neural recording system.

    Journal of Neural Engineering 12(3):036005 (2015) PMID 25874929

    This paper describes a low power closed-loop compressive sensing (CS) based neural recording system. This system provides an efficient method to reduce data transmission bandwidth for implantable neural recording devices. By doing so, this technique reduces a majority of system power consumption...
  2. An efficient and compact compressed sensing microsystem for implantable neural recordings.

    Biomedical Circuits and Systems, IEEE Transacti... 8(4):485 (2014) PMID 25073125

    Multi-Electrode Arrays (MEA) have been widely used in neuroscience experiments. However, the reduction of their wireless transmission power consumption remains a major challenge. To resolve this challenge, an efficient on-chip signal compression method is essential. In this paper, we first intro...
  3. Integration of auditory and tactile inputs in musical meter perception.

    Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 787:453 (2013) PMID 23716252 PMCID PMC4324720

    Musicians often say that they not only hear but also "feel" music. To explore the contribution of tactile information to "feeling" music, we investigated the degree that auditory and tactile inputs are integrated in humans performing a musical meter-recognition task. Subjects discriminated betwe...
  4. Feeling music: integration of auditory and tactile inputs in musical meter perception.

    PLoS ONE 7(10):e48496 (2012) PMID 23119038 PMCID PMC3485368

    Musicians often say that they not only hear, but also "feel" music. To explore the contribution of tactile information in "feeling" musical rhythm, we investigated the degree that auditory and tactile inputs are integrated in humans performing a musical meter recognition task. Subjects discrimin...
  5. Central mechanisms of tactile shape perception.

    Current Opinion in Neurobiology 18(4):418 (2008) PMID 18809491

    Studies show that while the cortical mechanisms of two-dimensional (2D) form and motion processing are similar in touch and vision, the mechanisms of three-dimensional (3D) shape processing are different. 2D form and motion are processed in areas 3b and 1 of SI cortex by neurons with receptive f...
  6. Feeling by sight or seeing by touch?

    Neuron 42(1):173 (2004) PMID 15066274

    We have addressed the role of occipital and somatosensory cortex in a tactile discrimination task. Sight-ed and congenitally blind subjects rated the roughness and distance spacing for a series of raised dot patterns. When judging roughness, intermediate dot spacings were perceived as being the ...
  7. Feeling by Sight or Seeing by Touch?

    Neuron 42(1):173 (2004)

    We have addressed the role of occipital and somatosensory cortex in a tactile discrimination task. Sight-ed and congenitally blind subjects rated the rough-ness and distance spacing for a series of raised dot patterns. When judging roughness, intermediate dot spacings were perceived as bein...