HCC 741: Assistive Technology and Accessibility

University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Brain-Computer Interaction (Due 12/4)

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Sumamry: Dhruba

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Author: amyhurst

Assistant Professor at University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) in Human-Centered Computing and Assistive Technology

2 thoughts on “Brain-Computer Interaction (Due 12/4)

  1. Has there been any user-testing done for brian-computer devices for prosthesis control?

  2. An interesting topic was the issue of the sense of “limb ownership.” The researchers addressing this issue by trying to enable 27 DOF in the prosthetic. Certainly robust and natural control of the prosthetic is a key to addressing the sense of limb ownership, but certainly there are other factors? Sense of touch is mentioned and is obviously very important, but what about the look and design of the prosthetic? The weight of the prosthetic is an important factor too.

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