Harald Pitsch

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In this publication, we present a Motor Imagery (MI) based Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) for neurologic rehabilitation. The BCI is able to control two different feedback devices. The first one is a rehabilitation robot, moving the fingers of the affected hand according to the detected MI. The second one presents feedback via virtual reality (VR) to the(More)
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