See also the demonstration given on Channel 4
TV in 2007 in media appearances page:
in the media.
Demos from the
Dr. John Q.Gan
Dr. Sepulveda for more information on this project
Motor imagery based
online BCI control of a wheelchair
Motor imagery based online BCI for simulated robot control
Self-paced motor imagery based online BCI for robot control
successful BCI: A thought driven speller (2004-2005)
For more details on this system contact
Prof. R Poli
or Dr F. Sepulveda.
have been able to control a mouse pointer via evoked
potentials and we have also demonstrated how this can be used in a BCI speller. View our (highly unprofessional)
video (24MB) summarizing these experiments.
pictures in this page show one of our experiments, and our delight
with its successful outcome.