BCI Control of a Domotic Assistive System

A subject demonstrates selection of an item from an icon-based menu using a 2-state BCI that is controlled by scalp-recorded mu-rhythm modulation. In a first scene, the subject turns off the light. In a second scene, the subject unlocks the front door (the person entering the room is visible in the lower left panel of the screen, monitored by a video camera). The assistive device software controls each actuator using signals communicated using wireless or powerline communication.

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