• EEG-based brain-computer interface for alpha speed control of a small robot using the MUSE headbandPeer reviewedClosed access 

      28 septembre 2020, Simar, Cédric; Petieau, Mathieu; Cebolla, Anita; Leroy, Axelle; Bontempi, Gianluca; Cheron, Guy, HE Condorcet
      Acte de conférence ou de colloque
      Non-invasive BMI applications are increasingly used in different contexts ranging from industrial, clinical and gaming. After having tested the difference between a classical EEG recorder with electroconductive gel (ANT system) and the MUSE EEG headband, we studied the BCI performances of the later during the control of a small robot. We demonstrated that the participants were able to successfully ...