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Click to edit Master subtitle style 8/29/11 A self-paced brain-computer interface for controlling a robot Tsui, C., Gan, J. Q., & Roberts, S. J. (2009). A self-paced brain–computer interface for controlling a robot simulator: an online event labelling
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8/29/11 Why choose this article? IEEE Brain Waves project Movies like Avatar and I.Robot made me a lot more interested in robots.
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8/29/11 Theme Change training patterns of a robot controlled by brain waves, by adopting a self-paced brain- computer interface (BCI). proposes a “novel motor imagery based self-paced paradigm” for controlling a
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8/29/11 Methodology: Overview Four test subjects Each sit in an armchair 1m distance in front of a computer screen Their EEG recordings were uploaded to an offline computer Subjects examine left vs right hand movements, or be idle 6 runs, 60 trials each. Arrows pointed to the direction subjects
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8/29/11 Methodology: Continued Scores are assigned to the simulated
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