What is the brain-to-computer interface?
Brain-to-computer interface Brain-Computer Interface, BCI) is a system that allows to control the computer without the use of muscles, ie. Without the use of keyboard, mouse, voice and gestures. BrainTech creates a BCI based on EEG signal – an electric trace of thought.
The reaction to external stimuli (e.g. displayed images, sounds) and certain mental operations (e.g. mathematical calculations in memory) cause brain waves to emerge with certain specific characteristics. The BCI extracts these characteristics from the measured EEG signal and detects the user’s intentions based on them. As a result, it is possible to control-issue commands to the computer.
The project aims to create a complete communication system based on the EEG signal and experimental infrastructure to research and implement the BCI technology
In the industry. Project funding from the EU: 2,983,111.03.
New products and services emerge as a result of the project:
- Neuroscience BCI Laboratory
- The BCI-based communication System
- BCI Deployment and Licensing
How does the brain-to-computer interface work?
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