Mindwave Device Wheelchair Control

  title={Mindwave Device Wheelchair Control},
  author={C. O. E. T. Bambhori},
A brain-computer interface (BCI) is a direct neural interface between a human or animal brain and an external world. In this paper the system is presented in which wheelchair is controlled using EEG signals obtained from the human brain. The Neurosky product i.e. mindwave device headset is used to measure the human brainwave signals. The signals are then mapped and compared with the reference value of attention and meditation level along with blinking eye signal. The wheelchair moves in… 

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