Low cost brain-computer interface: first results
Portelli, A. J., Daly, I., Spencer, M. and Nasuto, S. J. (2011) Low cost brain-computer interface: first results. In: Müller-Putz, G. R., Scherer, R., Billinger, M., Kreilinger, A., Kaiser, V. and Neuper, C. (eds.) Proceedings of the 5th International Brain-Computer Interface Conference 2011. Verlag der Technischen Universität Graz 2011, Graz University of Technology, Austria, pp. 320-323. ISBN 9783851251401
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Brain-Computer Interfacing (BCI) has been previously demonstrated to restore patient communication, meeting with varying degrees of success. Due to the nature of the equipment traditionally used in BCI experimentation (the electroencephalograph) it is mostly conned to clinical and research environments. The required medical safety standards, subsequent cost of equipment and its application/training times are all issues that need to be resolved if BCIs are to be taken out of the lab/clinic and delivered to the home market. The results in this paper demonstrate a system developed with a low cost medical grade EEG amplier unit in conjunction with the open source BCI2000 software suite thus constructing the cheapest per electrode system available, meeting rigorous clinical safety standards. Discussion of the future of this technology and future work concerning this platform are also introduced.
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