Simultaneous BMI and Manual Control in Able-Bodied Subjects
Technical Report,01 Sep 2011,30 Jun 2014
University of Washington Seattle United States
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Brain-machine interfaces BMIs have traditionally been designed with paralyzed or locked-in patients in mind with subjects exerting no motor control. However, applicability of BMIs could be significantly expanded if BMIs could be designed for use by able-bodied individuals such as soldiers during normal physical activity. Our ARO-sponsored research systematically investigated this possibility using non-invasive electroencephalographic EEG BMIs.
- Human Factors Engineering and Man Machine Systems