Topic: Visual Neuroprostheses

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Rather than aiming to one day restore natural vision, we might be better off thinking about how to create practical and useful artificial vision now.

What do visual prosthesis users see, and why? Clinical studies have shown that the vision provided by current devices differs substantially from normal sight.

Rather than predicting perceptual distortions, one needs to solve the inverse problem: What is the best stimulus to generate a desired visual percept?

pulse2percept is an open-source Python simulation framework used to predict the perceptual experience of retinal prosthesis patients across a wide range of implant configurations.

Researchers Interested in This Topic

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CS

Sriya Aluru
ERSP Scholar

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Michael Beyeler
Assistant Professor

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CS

Ashley Bruce
MS Student

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PBS

Lauren Eckhardt
Research Assistant

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CE

Harshita Gangaswamy
ERSP Scholar

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CS

Jacob Granley
PhD Student

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DYNS

Justin Kasowski
PhD Candidate

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PBS

Ananth Mahes
Research Assistant

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PBS, MATH

Bill Nguyen
Honors Student

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CS

Alex Rasla
BS/MS Student

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Lucas Relic
MS Student

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Vanessa Salgado Zavaleta
ERSP Scholar

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Shivani Sista
ERSP Scholar

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Gita Supramaniam
ERSP Scholar

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Apurv Varshney
MS Student

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Aiwen Xu
PhD Candidate