Towards a truly mobile auditory brain-computer interface: exploring the P300 to take away.

  title={Towards a truly mobile auditory brain-computer interface: exploring the P300 to take away.},
  author={Maarten De Vos and Katharina Gandras and Stefan Debener},
  journal={International journal of psychophysiology : official journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology},
  volume={91 1},
In a previous study we presented a low-cost, small, and wireless 14-channel EEG system suitable for field recordings (Debener et al., 2012, psychophysiology). In the present follow-up study we investigated whether a single-trial P300 response can be reliably measured with this system, while subjects freely walk outdoors. Twenty healthy participants performed a three-class auditory oddball task, which included rare target and non-target distractor stimuli presented with equal probabilities of 16… CONTINUE READING
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