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[ARTICLE] Brain-computer interface boosts motor imagery practice during stroke recovery


Objective: Motor imagery (MI) is assumed to enhance poststroke motor recovery; yet, its benefits are debatable. Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) can provide instantaneous and quantitative measure of cerebral functions modulated by MI. 238 more words

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Mind-controlled drones promise a future of hands-free flying

There have been tentative steps into thought-controlled drones in the past, but Tekever and a team of European researchers just kicked things up a notch. They’ve successfully tested Brainflight, a project that uses your mental activity (detected through a cap) to pilot an unmanned aircraft. 172 more words

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[ARTICLE] Rehabilitation of gait after stroke: a review towards a top-down approach. - Full Text HTML


This document provides a review of the techniques and therapies used in gait rehabilitation after stroke. It also examines the possible benefits of including assistive robotic devices and brain-computer interfaces in this field, according to a top-down approach, in which rehabilitation is driven by neural plasticity. 229 more words


Wireless Brain-Computer Interface

I am fascinated about brain-computer interfaces and all the research around using computers to try to recreate some brain functionalities.

In the United States, a team at the Brown University and BlackRock Microsystems  have been working on a new interface that would work wirelessly and created a device that could fit in the palm of your hand… 41 more words


[REVIEW] Application of BCI systems in neurorehabilitation: a scoping review


Purpose: To review various types of electroencephalographic activities of the brain and present an overview of brain–computer interface (BCI) systems’ history and their applications in rehabilitation. 345 more words