Brain–Computer Communication: Motivation, Aim, and Impact of Exploring a Virtual Apartment

@article{Leeb2007BrainComputerCM,
  title={Brain–Computer Communication: Motivation, Aim, and Impact of Exploring a Virtual Apartment},
  author={R. Leeb and F. Lee and C. Keinrath and Reinhold Scherer and H. Bischof and G. Pfurtscheller},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering},
  year={2007},
  volume={15},
  pages={473-482}
}
The step away from a synchronized or cue-based brain-computer interface (BCI) and from laboratory conditions towards real world applications is very important and crucial in BCI research. This work shows that ten naive subjects can be trained in a synchronous paradigm within three sessions to navigate freely through a virtual apartment, whereby at every junction the subjects could decide by their own, how they wanted to explore the virtual environment (VE). This virtual apartment was designed… Expand
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