Infoscience

Conference paper

Transferring BCI skills to successful application controls

The goal of our research is to enable various end-users to control applications by using a brain-computer interface (BCI). Since applications–like telepresence robots, wheelchairs or text entry systems–are quite demanding a good level of BCI control is needed. However, little is known on how much training is needed to achieve such a level. A second open issue is, if this can be done at rehabilitation clinics or user-centers, without BCI experts present? In this work we wanted to train BCI-naïve end-users within 10 days to successfully control such applications and present results of 23 severely motor-disabled participants.

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