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Fully online multicommand brain-computer interface with visual neurofeedback using SSVEP paradigm.

Martinez P, Bakardjian H, Cichocki A - Comput Intell Neurosci (2007)

Bottom Line: We propose a new multistage procedure for a real-time brain-machine/computer interface (BCI).Extensive experiments with five young healthy subjects confirmed the high performance of the proposed online BCI system.The modular structure, high speed, and the optimal frequency band characteristics of the BCI platform are features which allow an extension to a substantially higher number of commands in the near future.

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Affiliation: Laboratory for Advanced Brain Signal Processing, Brain Science Institute RIKEN, Wako-Shi, Saitama 351-0198, Japan. pablo.martinez@brain.riken.jp

ABSTRACT
We propose a new multistage procedure for a real-time brain-machine/computer interface (BCI). The developed system allows a BCI user to navigate a small car (or any other object) on the computer screen in real time, in any of the four directions, and to stop it if necessary. Extensive experiments with five young healthy subjects confirmed the high performance of the proposed online BCI system. The modular structure, high speed, and the optimal frequency band characteristics of the BCI platform are features which allow an extension to a substantially higher number of commands in the near future.

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Electrodeconfiguration. Five electrodes placed over the occipital area {CPZ, PZ, POZ, P1,P2} and one over the frontal cortex {FZ}.
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fig4: Electrodeconfiguration. Five electrodes placed over the occipital area {CPZ, PZ, POZ, P1,P2} and one over the frontal cortex {FZ}.

Mentions: In this study, we applied a set of five electrodesplaced over the occipital area {CPZ, PZ, POZ, P1, P2} and one electrode placedover the frontal cortex {FZ}, as illustrated in Figure 4 (left).


Fully online multicommand brain-computer interface with visual neurofeedback using SSVEP paradigm.

Martinez P, Bakardjian H, Cichocki A - Comput Intell Neurosci (2007)

Electrodeconfiguration. Five electrodes placed over the occipital area {CPZ, PZ, POZ, P1,P2} and one over the frontal cortex {FZ}.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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fig4: Electrodeconfiguration. Five electrodes placed over the occipital area {CPZ, PZ, POZ, P1,P2} and one over the frontal cortex {FZ}.
Mentions: In this study, we applied a set of five electrodesplaced over the occipital area {CPZ, PZ, POZ, P1, P2} and one electrode placedover the frontal cortex {FZ}, as illustrated in Figure 4 (left).

Bottom Line: We propose a new multistage procedure for a real-time brain-machine/computer interface (BCI).Extensive experiments with five young healthy subjects confirmed the high performance of the proposed online BCI system.The modular structure, high speed, and the optimal frequency band characteristics of the BCI platform are features which allow an extension to a substantially higher number of commands in the near future.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Laboratory for Advanced Brain Signal Processing, Brain Science Institute RIKEN, Wako-Shi, Saitama 351-0198, Japan. pablo.martinez@brain.riken.jp

ABSTRACT
We propose a new multistage procedure for a real-time brain-machine/computer interface (BCI). The developed system allows a BCI user to navigate a small car (or any other object) on the computer screen in real time, in any of the four directions, and to stop it if necessary. Extensive experiments with five young healthy subjects confirmed the high performance of the proposed online BCI system. The modular structure, high speed, and the optimal frequency band characteristics of the BCI platform are features which allow an extension to a substantially higher number of commands in the near future.

No MeSH data available.