This work aimed at providing a set of tools for the development of home Brain Computer Interfaces based on a low cost acquisition and processing device which could be used by both the end-user in their domestic activities and by the researcher in order to develop new protocols and algorithms and all the software modules necessary to ease the interfacing of the system to external devices (eg. Home automation systems). The framework was validated by setting up a BCI system based on the SSVEP protocol. Six subjects out of ten healthy users were able to use the system in a home automation and in a gaming application.

BCI++: an object-oriented BCI Prototyping Framework

MAGGI, LUCA;PARINI, SERGIO;PEREGO, PAOLO;ANDREONI, GIUSEPPE
2008-01-01

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This work aimed at providing a set of tools for the development of home Brain Computer Interfaces based on a low cost acquisition and processing device which could be used by both the end-user in their domestic activities and by the researcher in order to develop new protocols and algorithms and all the software modules necessary to ease the interfacing of the system to external devices (eg. Home automation systems). The framework was validated by setting up a BCI system based on the SSVEP protocol. Six subjects out of ten healthy users were able to use the system in a home automation and in a gaming application.
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