Cursor control by Kalman filter with a non-invasive body–machine interface

@inproceedings{SeezGonzlez2014CursorCB,
  title={Cursor control by Kalman filter with a non-invasive body–machine interface},
  author={Ismael Se{\'a}{\~n}ez-Gonz{\'a}lez and Ferdinando A. Mussa-Ivaldi},
  booktitle={Journal of neural engineering},
  year={2014}
}
OBJECTIVE We describe a novel human-machine interface for the control of a two-dimensional (2D) computer cursor using four inertial measurement units (IMUs) placed on the user's upper-body. APPROACH A calibration paradigm where human subjects follow a cursor with their body as if they were controlling it with their shoulders generates a map between shoulder motions and cursor kinematics. This map is used in a Kalman filter to estimate the desired cursor coordinates from upper-body motions. We… CONTINUE READING
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