Tackling Increasing Opthalmologic Problems in Patients with a New Auditory Multi-Class BCI Paradigm

author: Michael Tangermann, Berlin Brain-Computer Interface Group, TU Berlin
published: Aug. 10, 2009,   recorded: July 2009,   views: 162

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Most P300 BCI approaches use the visual modality for stimulation and feedback. Due to increasing sight deterioration, this might not be the preferable choice for ALS patients in late stages. To tackle this general problem, a multi-class brain-computer interface paradigm is proposed that uses fast spatially distributed auditory cues for ERP paradigms.

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