Investigating Music imagery as a Cognitive Paradigm for low-Cost brain-Computer Interfaces

  title={Investigating Music imagery as a Cognitive Paradigm for low-Cost brain-Computer Interfaces},
  author={Lukas Gro{\ss}berger and M. Hohmann and J. Peters and M. Grosse-Wentrup},
Many current brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) rely on motor imagery or oculomotor paradigms to transfer information, yet these functions are impaired in people that suffer from late stage Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). Additionally, patients have limited access to cutting-edge BCI technology for home-use because the necessary, medical grade equipment is expensive and difficult to setup. We addressed both issues with the current study. First, we devised a novel paradigm that relies on… Expand
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