Preliminary Experimentation on Vibrotactile Feedback in the context of Mu-rhythm Based BCI

@article{Cincotti2007PreliminaryEO,
  title={Preliminary Experimentation on Vibrotactile Feedback in the context of Mu-rhythm Based BCI},
  author={Febo Cincotti and Laura Kauhanen and Fabio Aloise and Tommi Palomaki and Nicholas Caporusso and PASI. JYLANKI and Donatella Mattia and Fabio Babiloni and Gerolf Vanacker and Marnix Nuttin and M. G. Marciani and J.d. del Millan},
  journal={2007 29th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society},
  year={2007},
  pages={4739-4742}
}
Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs) need an uninterrupted flow of feedback to the user, which is usually delivered through the visual channel. Our aim is to explore the benefits of vibrotactile feedback during users' training and control of EEG-based BCI applications. An experimental setup for delivery of vibrotactile feedback, including specific hardware and software arrangements, was specified. We compared vibrotactile and visual feedback, addressing the performance in presence of a complex… CONTINUE READING

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