I just read this article on NPR, and I think it opens up all sorts of possibilities. It’s a bit longer than this quote.
Man Who Is Paralyzed Communicates By Imagining Handwriting
An experimental device that turns thoughts into text has allowed a man who was left paralyzed by an accident to construct sentences swiftly on a computer screen.
The man was able to type with 95% accuracy just by imagining he was handwriting letters on a sheet of paper, a team reported Wednesday in the journal Nature.
“What we found, surprisingly, is that [he] can type at about 90 characters per minute,” says Krishna Shenoy of Stanford University and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
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