Intelligent user interfaces for SSVEP BCI
This project aims to use steady-state visually evoked potentials as input to a brain-computer interface (BCI) in order to control an augmentative and communication (AAC) device. The AAC will take advantage of intelligent user interface principles for adaptive display of speech synthesizer outputs, which can greatly speed up a user’s BCI end selection time.
|Main personnel||Sean Lorenz||Funding:|
|Collaborators||Jon Brumberg, Frank Guenther||CELEST: Augmentative and alternative communication devices using electroencephalography-based brain-computer interfaces|