A Crash Course On Brain-Computer Interfaces

  1. Collect the brain signals
  2. Interpret the brain signals
  3. Output commands to a machine according to the brain signals that were monitored
  1. Non-invasive
  2. Semi-invasive
  3. Invasive




The Purpose

At the University of Houston, researchers were able to create an algorithm that allowing an individual to grasp a bottle with the use of a prosthetic controlled by a brain-computer interface.
Measuring and monitoring brain activity will allow the device to send pulses to the brain to stop seizures.

The Future

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