EEG-Based Brain-Computer Interfaces.

  title={EEG-Based Brain-Computer Interfaces.},
  author={Dennis J. McFarland and J R Wolpaw},
  journal={Current opinion in biomedical engineering},
Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs) are real-time computer-based systems that translate brain signals into useful commands. To date most applications have been demonstrations of proof-of-principle; widespread use by people who could benefit from this technology requires further development. Improvements in current EEG recording technology are needed. Better sensors would be easier to apply, more confortable for the user, and produce higher quality and more stable signals. Although considerable… CONTINUE READING
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