An Evaluation of Training with an Auditory P300 Brain-Computer Interface for the Japanese Hiragana Syllabary

@inproceedings{Halder2016AnEO,
  title={An Evaluation of Training with an Auditory P300 Brain-Computer Interface for the Japanese Hiragana Syllabary},
  author={Sebastian Halder and Kouji Takano and Hiroki Ora and Akinari Onishi and Kota Utsumi and Kenji Kansaku},
  booktitle={Front. Neurosci.},
  year={2016}
}
Gaze-independent brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) are a possible communication channel for persons with paralysis. We investigated if it is possible to use auditory stimuli to create a BCI for the Japanese Hiragana syllabary, which has 46 Hiragana characters. Additionally, we investigated if training has an effect on accuracy despite the high amount of different stimuli involved. Able-bodied participants (N = 6) were asked to select 25 syllables (out of fifty possible choices) using a two step… CONTINUE READING
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