A Game-Based Learning Framework For Controlling Brain-Actuated Wheelchairs

@inproceedings{Hjorungdal2016AGL,
  title={A Game-Based Learning Framework For Controlling Brain-Actuated Wheelchairs},
  author={Rolf-Magnus Hjorungdal and Filippo Sanfilippo and Ottar L. Osen and Adrian Rutle and Robin T. Bye},
  booktitle={ECMS},
  year={2016}
}
Paraplegia is a disability caused by impairment in motor or sensory functions of the lower limbs. Most paraplegic subjects use mechanical wheelchairs for their movement, however, patients with reduced upper limb functionality may benefit from the use of motorised, electric wheelchairs. Depending on the patient, learning how to control these wheelchairs can be hard (if at all possible), timeconsuming, demotivating, and to some extent dangerous. This paper proposes a game-based learning framework… 

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