Non-Invasive Brain-Computer Interface

September 28th, 2005 | Filed under: Biology, Computing, Future, Virtual Reality | 1 Comment »

Brain-computer interfaces (BCI), like the one developed at the Graz University of Technology in Austria, places electrodes in key locations on the user’s scalp to detect nerve activity which is then translated to walking or movement of the virtual character’s hands. The team at the Graz University of Technology have incorporated a fully immersive Virtual Cave for a mind bending walk by thinking. [nature article]

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One Comment on “Non-Invasive Brain-Computer Interface”

  1. 1 aravind said at 2:39 am on July 8th, 2010:

    brain to computer interface


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