Control of Functional Electrical Stimulation With a Direct Brain InterfaceBy Calhoun, Gloria L. McMillan, Grant R. Morton, Paul E. Armstrong Laboratory Wright Patterson Air Force Base, OH Middendorf, Matthew S. Symvionics, Inc., Dayton, OH Schnurer, John H. Ingle, David F., Logicon Technical Services Inc., Dayton OH Glaser, Roger M. Wright State University School of Medicine, Dayton, OH Figoni,; Proceedings of the RESNA '95 Annual Conference, Vol. 15
(Pages: 696-698) Publication Date: 1995
This study evaluated the possibility of the controlling an FES exerciser by means of a direct brain control interface (BCI) device which uses steady-state visual evoked response (SSVER) as the control signal. The BCI used was a biofeedback system that controls the frequency of an evoking stimulus and provides the subject with feedback on the strength of of the SSVER at that stimulus frequency. Graphs illustrate the results.
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