Towards multi-user brain-robot interfaces for humanoid robot control

  title={Towards multi-user brain-robot interfaces for humanoid robot control},
  author={Andrea Finke and Benjamin Rudgalwis and Holger Jakusch and Helge J. Ritter},
  journal={2012 12th IEEE-RAS International Conference on Humanoid Robots (Humanoids 2012)},
Brain-controlled robots as a “surrogate presence” for humans may appear only a vision to date. However, the field of brain-robot interfacing is making rapid progress. Humanoid robots are ideal candidates for providing such a “surrogate presence”, because they have the same embodiment as humans. Telepresence scenarios, such as “virtual” meetings, imply that not only one robot controlled by one human user is present, but that several users interact with each other mediated by their robots… CONTINUE READING


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