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Neurogenic interface

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A neurogenic interface was a technology that allowed a lifeform's brain to directly communicate with a computer, allowing the user to control functions and have it react instantly to thought.

The shuttle named Alice by Tom Paris of the USS Voyager was equipped with a neurogenic interface. The first portion rolled out of a headrest in the pilot's seat, scanning the brain patterns. The shuttle's persona would convince the pilot to wear a special uniform with nozzles, and the next level of connection would have the shuttle inject tubules into the person's body. Eventually, more tubes would be injected into the body, and restraints would hold the user down, blurring the computer and the person. (VOY: "Alice")

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