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A new neurobehavioral experiment was developed to investigate cortical control of reach to grasp tasks for application towards neural prosthetics. An apparatus was designed for the reach to grasp movement, with perturbations to both target location and orientation. In addition, an algorithm was developed to track the subject's gaze location while leaving the head unrestrained. The integration and synchronization of the system for kinematics, gaze, behavior control, and cortical recording were evaluated.