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This project pulls together different Airlab projects with the aim to drive an autonomous wheelchair ([[LURCH - The autonomous wheelchair|LURCH]]) with a [[Brain-Computer Interface|BCI]], through the development of key software modules.  Depending on the effort the student is willing to put into it, the project can grow to a full experimental thesis.
 
This project pulls together different Airlab projects with the aim to drive an autonomous wheelchair ([[LURCH - The autonomous wheelchair|LURCH]]) with a [[Brain-Computer Interface|BCI]], through the development of key software modules.  Depending on the effort the student is willing to put into it, the project can grow to a full experimental thesis.

Revision as of 20:19, 26 October 2009

Title: Driving an autonomous wheelchair with a P300-based BCI
LURCH wheelchair.jpg

Image:LURCH_wheelchair.jpg

Description: This project pulls together different Airlab projects with the aim to drive an autonomous wheelchair (LURCH) with a BCI, through the development of key software modules. Depending on the effort the student is willing to put into it, the project can grow to a full experimental thesis.
Tutor: MatteoMatteucci (matteo.matteucci@polimi.it)
Start: 2008/11/01
Students: 1
CFU: 5 - 20
Research Area: BioSignal Analysis
Research Topic: Brain-Computer Interface
Level: Bs, Ms
Type: Course

This project pulls together different Airlab projects with the aim to drive an autonomous wheelchair (LURCH) with a BCI, through the development of key software modules. Depending on the effort the student is willing to put into it, the project can grow to a full experimental thesis.

Tools and instruments
C++, C, BCI2000
Linux
Bibliography
R. Blatt et al. Brain Control of a Smart Wheelchair [1]