Our Mo-DBRS (Mobile Deep Brain Recording & Stimulation) laboratory combines full body motion capture, eye-tracking, scalp EEG, biometrics, and immersive virtual/augmented reality technology in participants who have intracranial electrodes implanted for recording and stimulating deep brain activity. The overall goal of the laboratory is to investigate brain mechanisms underlying real-world ambulatory behaviors in humans
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