Brain Port Allows ‘See What You Taste’

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8 Comments to Brain Port Allows ‘See What You Taste’

  1. Thomas C. C amp, Ph.D.

    I have had a balance problem since 1994 stroke. I read Dr. Jane Brody’s article in local newspaper and would like to know more about BrainPort. Is it available in U.S.? How can I get info re research projects, etc.?

  2. Loretta Lieberman

    After reading the article by Jane E.Brody in the NY Times Jan.15,2008 I dediced that I needed to contact you on information concerning the Brain Port, I have been lightheaded for the past two years and after visiting all the specialists where I live (Ga) no one can help, so your can see how enthused I became after reading of your invention. Any information would be helpful. I thank you in advance.


  3. Our son is blind due an automobile accident in June of 2003. He was 15 at the time of the accident. His optic nerves were crushed because of his brain swelling from an TBI. Would love for him to be able to see again. Can you tell us how to contact someone about the Brain Port?
    Thank you

  4. Denise B. Little

    My daughter is cortically blind. Will this help her and how can we find out more and can see be in a study. Is it safe?



  5. Annette Lightcap

    How do I get additional information on this? Would like to see if there is a research group we could contact for additional information and if they are still accepting people into the group

  6. BlytheRubbings

    OK, if they make a device for this for movies, make sure to take it out quick when they show feces, vomit, dead bodies, diareah, etc…

  7. Whoever writes these articles, please learn the correct usage of “than” and “then”. No, they are not the same.

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