New Applications for Non-invasive Brain-Computer Interfaces and the Need for Engaging Training Environments

@inproceedings{Graimann2007NewAF,
  title={New Applications for Non-invasive Brain-Computer Interfaces and the Need for Engaging Training Environments},
  author={Bernhard Graimann},
  year={2007}
}
Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) are able to measure the activity of the human brain and detect and discriminate specific brain patterns. The main application of BCIs has been and is to control assistive devices and provide communication for people who have lost voluntary control of their muscle activity. Recent progress in BCI research, however, has… CONTINUE READING