ABSTRACT Approximately 900,000 Americans have little to no control over their hands, which causes daily tasks to become difficult and decreases quality of life. Our goal is to help improve quality of life with a brain computer interface that allows subjects to read an electronic book (eBook), using affordable, commercially available components. Concentrating on a […]
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By David McNaughton on April 27, 2011 in 2011 Competition Semi-Finalist, 2011 participant, Computer Applications & Communication, Job & Environmental Accommodation, Semi-Finalist, Tech for Cognitive & Sensory Impairments
We present a novel brain computer interface, the IpsiHand, which combines advances in neurophysiology, electronics, and rehabilitation.