Aibo Robot Navigation Using a Brain-Computer Interface “Joystick”

A subject uses the BCI to navigate a robotic dog along a path to its “bone.” To move the robotic dog in the two dimensions (i.e., up/down and left/right), the subject modulates two independent features of his/her sensorimotor rhythms. Obstacle avoidance integrated in the robot allows the subject to focus on the high-level navigation task only.

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