Shohei Yano

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The auditory Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) using electroencephalograms (EEG) is a subject of intensive study. As a cue, auditory BCIs can deal with many of the characteristics of stimuli such as tone, pitch, and voices. Spatial information on auditory stimuli also provides useful information for a BCI. However, in a portable system, virtual auditory(More)
Brain-Machine Interfaces (BMIs) are being researched controlling external devices such as robots and computers by measuring the cranial nerve activity of the operator. The brain activities evoked by visual stimuli have been studied intensively. However, few studies have considered a BMI that uses the brain activities evoked by auditory stimuli. This study(More)
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