Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Mind Controlled Robots

(Via Robot Dreams)

Researchers at AIST are working on a non-invasive brain computer interface that allows rudimentary teleoperation of a robot by focusing on flickering icons on the monitor.  By flickering the icons in various patterns and frequencies, the active electrode cap the subject wears can detect which icon is being focused on.  The signal processor then interprets that as a command and instructs the robot to execute it.

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