The brain computer interface (BCI) technology allows a direct connection between brain and computer without any muscular activity required, and thus it offers a unique opportunity to enhance and/or to restore communication and actions into external word in people with severe motor disability. Here, we present the framework of the current research progresses regarding noninvasive EEG-based BCI applications specifically devoted to interact with the environment and other software. The P300 potentials recorded from the scalp represent a suitable BCI signal control for applications like environmental control. Here we present a set of findings that confirm the feasibility of a real domotic environmental control operated via P300-based BCI and a novelty interface approach to evoke the P300 signal. © 2010 ACM.

Advanced brain computer interface for communication and control / Aloise, Fabio; Schettini, Francesca; Aricò, Pietro; L., Bianchi; Riccio, Angela; Mecella, Massimo; Babiloni, Fabio; D., Mattia; Cincotti, Febo. - (2010), pp. 399-400. ((Intervento presentato al convegno International Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces, AVI '10 tenutosi a Rome nel 26 May 2010 through 28 May 2010 [10.1145/1842993.1843076].

Advanced brain computer interface for communication and control

ALOISE, FABIO;SCHETTINI, FRANCESCA;Pietro Arico;RICCIO, ANGELA;MECELLA, Massimo;BABILONI, Fabio;CINCOTTI, FEBO
2010

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The brain computer interface (BCI) technology allows a direct connection between brain and computer without any muscular activity required, and thus it offers a unique opportunity to enhance and/or to restore communication and actions into external word in people with severe motor disability. Here, we present the framework of the current research progresses regarding noninvasive EEG-based BCI applications specifically devoted to interact with the environment and other software. The P300 potentials recorded from the scalp represent a suitable BCI signal control for applications like environmental control. Here we present a set of findings that confirm the feasibility of a real domotic environmental control operated via P300-based BCI and a novelty interface approach to evoke the P300 signal. © 2010 ACM.
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