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[9 Sep 2009 | Comments Off | 5,112 views]

Team PhyPA (Physiological Parameters for Adaptation) aims at the transfer of technologies from BCI-Research into the context of Human-Computer and Human-Machine Interaction. Therefore, an interdisciplinary team of mathematicians, psychologists and engineers works on currently eight projects investigating non-stationarities, efficiency and general applicability of feature extraction methods, single trial detection of non-motoric patterns e.g. error-responses and the coherence of executed and imagined movements.

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[15 May 2009 | Comments Off | 1,569 views]

“OpenViBE enables to design, test and use Brain-Computer Interfaces. Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI) are communication systems that enable users to send commands to computers only by means of brain activity. Broadly speaking, OpenViBE can be used in many real-time neurosciences applications.”

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[6 May 2009 | Comments Off | 1,595 views]

“The Neural Interface Technology Research and Optimization (NITRO) Laboratory is part of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The goals of our lab are to 1) develop new devices for recording from and stimulating neural tissue, 2) design these devices to be both durable for long-term implantation and safe for use in humans and animals, and 3) use these technologies in a variety of situations, from use in a basic physiology lab recording from single neurons, to clinical settings where people with motor disabilities might benefit …