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CeDeROM Brain Computer Interface

  • Tomasz Boleslaw Cedro
  • Antoni Grzanka
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 7339)

Abstract

Brain Computer Interface is a biomedical equipment used to perform user interaction with computer equipment based on a brain activity measurement. Modular Research System presented in this article is a prototype platform under development aimed for supporting the research groups with low–cost versatile and flexible hardware platform for BCI research but also easy construct and verification of commercial products that can find its use in solving various scientific and real life problems.

Keywords

Brain Computer Interface Device Driver Serial Peripheral Interface Dynamic Library Silicon Block 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Tomasz Boleslaw Cedro
    • 1
  • Antoni Grzanka
    • 2
  1. 1.Cybernetic Research Student Group, Institute of Electronic Systems, Faculty of Electronics and Information TechnologiesWarsaw University of TechologyPoland
  2. 2.Research Group on Biocybernetic Aparatus, Institute of Electronic Systems Faculty of Electronics and Information TechnologiesWarsaw University of TechnologyPoland

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