My thoughts through a robot's eyes: An augmented reality-brain–machine interface

  title={My thoughts through a robot's eyes: An augmented reality-brain–machine interface},
  author={Kenji Kansaku and Naoki Hata and Kouji Takano},
  journal={Neuroscience Research},
A brain-machine interface (BMI) uses neurophysiological signals from the brain to control external devices, such as robot arms or computer cursors. Combining augmented reality with a BMI, we show that the user's brain signals successfully controlled an agent robot and operated devices in the robot's environment. The user's thoughts became reality through the robot's eyes, enabling the augmentation of real environments outside the anatomy of the human body. 
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