Wearable and Wireless Brain-Computer Interface and Its Applications

@inproceedings{Lin2009WearableAW,
  title={Wearable and Wireless Brain-Computer Interface and Its Applications},
  author={Chin-Teng Lin and Li-Wei Ko and Che-Jui Chang and Yu-Te Wang and Chia-Hsin Chung and Fu-Shu Yang and Jeng-Ren Duann and Tzyy-Ping Jung and J. C. Chiou},
  booktitle={HCI},
  year={2009}
}
This study extends our previous work on mobile & wireless EEG acquisition to a truly wearable and wireless human-machine interface, NCTU Brain-Computer-Interface-headband (BCI-headband), featuring: (1) dry Micro-Electro-Mechanical System (MEMS) EEG electrodes with 400 ganged contacts for acquiring signals from non-hairy sites without use of gel or skin preparation; (2) a miniature data acquisition circuitry; (3) wireless telemetry; and (4) online signal processing on a commercially available… 

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