Brain-computer interface research at the Neil Squire Foundation

TitleBrain-computer interface research at the Neil Squire Foundation
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2000
AuthorsBirch, G. E., and S. G. Mason
JournalIEEE Transactions on Rehabilitation Engineering
Volume8
Pagination193–195
ISSN1063-6528
Abstract

The ultimate goal of our research is to utilize voluntary motor-related potentials recorded from the scalp in a direct Brain Computer Interface for asynchronous control applications. This type of interface will allow an individual with a high-level impairment to have effective and sophisticated control of devices such as wheelchairs, robotic assistive appliances, computers, and neural prostheses.

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