Christof Altstätter

Learn More
Brain-computer interface (BCI) systems rely on the direct measurement of brain signals, such as event-related desynchronization (ERD), steady state visual evoked potentials (SSVEPs), P300s, or slow cortical potentials. Unfortunately, none of these BCI approaches work for all users. This study compares two conventional BCI approaches (ERD and SSVEP) within(More)
We introduce a new type of BCI for continuous simultaneous two dimensional cursor control. Users tried to control the vertical position of a virtual ball via ERD activity associated with imagined movement while simultaneously controlling horizontal position with SSVEP activity resulting from visual attention. Ten subjects participated in one offline and six(More)
  • 1