Guess the Number - Applying a Simple Brain-Computer Interface to School-age Children

@inproceedings{Vareka2016GuessTN,
  title={Guess the Number - Applying a Simple Brain-Computer Interface to School-age Children},
  author={Luk{\'a}s Vareka and Tom{\'a}s Prokop and Jan Stebet{\'a}k and Roman Moucek},
  booktitle={BIOSIGNALS},
  year={2016}
}
Although research into brain-computer interfaces is more common in recent years, studies concerning large groups of specific subjects are still lacking. This paper describes a simple brain-computer interface (BCI) experiment that was performed on a group of over 200 school-age children using the technique and methods of event related potentials. In the first phase, experimental data were recorded in various elementary and secondary schools, mainly in the Pilsen region of the Czech Republic. The… CONTINUE READING

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