Wednesday, February 12, 2014


Analyzing neural signals and providing feedback in realtime is one of the core characteristics of a brain–computer interface (BCI). As this feature may be employed to induce neural plasticity, utilizing BCI technology for therapeutic purposes is increasingly gaining popularity in the BCI community.
Moritz Grosse-Wentrup1, Donatella Mattia2 and Karim Oweiss3 ---

report on the development and  testing of  modulation frequencies which allowed discrimination of pre-stimulus from stimulus intervals,.when bio sensors are combined with induced directives or induced linguistics which intentionally create a stress based I say /You say interface which provides an easy segue into more complicated means of neural extractions

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