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Project Carebro

A brain-computer interface for use in home automation

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Project Carebro

A brain-computer interface for use in home automation

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A brain-computer interface allows communication from the brain to an external device. Carebro is a brain-computer interface using electroencephalography that is being developed by Negotica Development Projects to provide people with disabilities with the ability to control applications and functions in their household. In this research project the hardware availability for consumer EEG monitoring is investigated. Two EEG headsets are used in an experiment with a total of three electrode configurations to analyse the success rate of cognitive command detection of Carebro with different electrode placements. Placement over the parietal lobe does not appear to be as significant a factor as proposed, and per-subject analysis of results implies that training longer in one session does not positively impact success rates but regular training might. Additionally, a Java application has been developed that allows greater adaptability of the user interface and provides additional functionality for Carebro. Finally, research into the effect of EEG hardware on EEG response was conducted, with limited practical results.

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OrganisatieHanze University Groningen
OpleidingAdvanced Sensor Applications
AfdelingHanze Institute of Technology
Jaar2016
TypeBachelor
TaalEngels

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