Controlling Computers with EEG Signals

Related Links

The following is a list of links to web sites that I thought were interesting and related somehow to EEG recognition. I do not maintain any of these sites, and I don't make any claim to their accuracy.

Independent Component Analysis

Separate artifactual components from EEG data.

Antoine Choppin's BCI Research

Using EEG with biofeedback to control a computer.

Toward a P300-based Computer Interface

Using EEG to control a cursor.

The Neurocybernetics Spectrum II EEG Biofeedback System

EEG to computer hardware interface.

BrainWave Control, IBVA Technologies, Inc.

Wireless (!) EEG to computer hardware interface.

Portable 2 Channel EEG - $3200

2 channels of EEG, EMG, or heart rate. 4 more channels.

Mindset EEG Neuromapping System - $2995

16 channel topographic neuromapping instrument. SCSI port.

Scientific American 10/96: Controlling Computers with Neural Signals

From EMG to EEG. Alpha waves, beta waves, theta waves, delta waves, mu waves.

Prompt Recognition of Brain States by their EEG Signals

Bjorn O. Peters, Gert Pfurtscheller, Henrik Flyvbjerg

Research in Classification of Electroencephalogram (EEG) Signals at CSU

Homepage for the research group. The source for a number of the papers above.

BioControl Systems

Neural Interface Technology. On Park Boulevard in Palo Alto.

Neuroscan Labs

32 channel portable EEG, 50 kHz sample rate.

Alpha Omega Engineering

Another vendor of sampling hardware.

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