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000150430 245__ $$aBrain-Computer Interfaces for Space Applications
000150430 269__ $$a2011
000150430 260__ $$bSpringer Verlag$$c2011
000150430 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000150430 520__ $$aRecent experiments have shown the possibility to use the brain electrical activity to directly control the movement of robots. Such a kind of brain–computer interface is a natural way to augment human capabilities by providing a new interaction link with the outside world and is particularly relevant as an aid for paralysed humans, although it also opens up new possibilities in human–robot interaction for ablebodied people. One of these new fields of application is the use of brain–computer interfaces in the space environment, where astronauts are subject to extreme conditions and could greatly benefit from direct mental teleoperation of external semi-automatic manipulators—for instance, mental commands could be sent without any output/latency delays, as it is the case for manual control in microgravity conditions. Previous studies show that there is a considerable potential for this technology onboard spacecraft.
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000150430 6531_ $$aSpace operations
000150430 6531_ $$aAstronauts
000150430 6531_ $$aMotor Cortex
000150430 6531_ $$aBci
000150430 6531_ $$aCommunication
000150430 6531_ $$aMicrogravity
000150430 6531_ $$aPotentials
000150430 6531_ $$aSystem
000150430 6531_ $$aRobot
000150430 700__ $$ade Negueruela, C.
000150430 700__ $$aBroschart, M.
000150430 700__ $$aMenon, C.
000150430 700__ $$g149175$$aMillán, José del R.$$0240030
000150430 773__ $$j15$$tPersonal and Ubiquitous Computing$$k5$$q527-537
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