Controlling electrical appliance by thinking in mind
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CitationSharif, M. H. ve Uyaver, S. (2019). Controlling electrical appliance by thinking in mind. International Conference of Mathematical Sciences (ICMS 2019). s. 151.
Brain Computer Interface (BCI) technologies open up a world of possibilities. They use signals recorded from the brain (e.g., EEG: Electroencephalography) to apply miscellaneous controls and communications without using any external devices or muscle intervention. Their applications include but not limited to: (i) Brain to device control, (ii) Device to brain control, (iii) Brain to Internet communications with an infinite amount of information storage and retrieval, (iv) Mind to mind communication, (v) Memories and feelings transformation, and (vi) Brain to brain control. However, BCI technologies are still in its emerging stages. This paper demonstrates a brain to device control application for controlling electrical appliances by deeming mind thinking signal of the EEG.
SourceInternational Conference of Mathematical Sciences (ICMS 2019)
- Makale Koleksiyonu 
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