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Our work on ARGUS II Retinal Stimulation in the News

May 6, 2021

The Argus II is a microscopic supercomputer implanted into people who have visually impaired eyes. The premise of the device is to help them recognize shapes and patterns, giving them the ability to partially see once more.

The Argus II works by stimulating the nerve fiber without disturbing its neighboring cells. The team is testing an electrical stimulation waveform that could add colors and hue temperature to the mix.

Researchers fine tune a ‘bionic eye’ for those who lost their sight

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