EEG Cap Used To Correct Brain Controlled Robots

Controlling robots using EEG data is nothing new. MIT researchers are exploring the idea of using an EEG cap to capture error-related signals from the brain and use the data to correct the behavior of robots. The operator simply has to watch the robot while the system captures brain signals and uses them to optimize the performance of the robot.

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The above video shows this system in action. According to MIT, brain data is classified in 10-30 ms.

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