Playing Pinball with non-invasive BCI

NeurIPS 2008 Matthias KrauledatKonrad GrzeskaMax SagebaumBenjamin BlankertzCarmen VidaurreKlaus-Robert MüllerMichael Schröder

Compared to invasive Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI), non-invasive BCI systems based on Electroencephalogram (EEG) signals have not been applied successfully for complex control tasks. In the present study, however, we demonstrate this is possible and report on the interaction of a human subject with a complex real device: a pinball machine... (read more)

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