A cell-phone-based brain–computer interface for communication in daily life

@article{Wang2010ACB,
  title={A cell-phone-based brain–computer interface for communication in daily life},
  author={Yu-Te Wang and Yijun Wang and Tzyy-Ping Jung},
  journal={Journal of Neural Engineering},
  year={2010},
  volume={8},
  pages={025018}
}
  • Yu-Te WangYijun WangT. Jung
  • Published 23 October 2010
  • Computer Science, Business
  • Journal of Neural Engineering
Moving a brain–computer interface (BCI) system from a laboratory demonstration to real-life applications still poses severe challenges to the BCI community. This study aims to integrate a mobile and wireless electroencephalogram (EEG) system and a signal-processing platform based on a cell phone into a truly wearable and wireless online BCI. Its practicality and implications in a routine BCI are demonstrated through the realization and testing of a steady-state visual evoked potential (SSVEP… 

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