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[BOOK CHAPTER] Human-Computer Confluence for Rehabilitation Purposes after Stroke

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In this publication, we present a Motor Imagery (MI) based Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) for neurologic rehabilitation. The BCI is able to control two different feedback devices. 132 more words

Robotics

[ARTICLE] Brain-controlled functional electrical stimulation therapy for gait rehabilitation after stroke: a safety study - Full Text HTML

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Background

Many stroke survivors have significant long-term gait impairment, often involving foot drop.Current physiotherapies provide limited recovery. Orthoses substitute for ankle strength, but they provide no lasting therapeutic effect. 329 more words

Gait/Drop Foot

Module 2: Brain-Computer Interface

Enhances: Brain-computer interface (BCI) changes the way people interact with computers. By using a device that is connected to the brain, people are able to do things just by thinking about it. 135 more words

Technology

[Dissertation] The Braincon Platform Software – A Closed-Loop Brain-Computer Interface Software for Research and Medical Applications - Full Text PDF

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Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs) provide an auspicious opportunity for restoring movement to severely paralyzed persons, enabling communication with locked-in patients or improving efficacy in stroke rehabilitation. 450 more words

Emerging Technologies Tetrad: Brain-Computer Interface

In the film Total Recall, based on a short story by Philip K. Dick, Quinn, a character played by Arnold Schwarzenegger, has a memory trip to Mars as a secret agent. 758 more words

Alzheimer's

[ARTICLE] Dose-response relationships using brain-computer interface technology impact stroke rehabilitation - Full Text PDF

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Brain-computer interfaces (BCI) are an emerging novel technology for stroke rehabilitation. Little is known about how dose-response relationships for BCI therapies affect brain and behavior changes. 266 more words

Upper Limb

Brain computer interfacing: a big step towards military mind-control

The latest round of grants under the US Department of Defense University Research Instrumentation Program lists Brain Computer Interfacing as an area of funded research. While military interest in mind control is hardly new, Dr Gareth Evans finds out how far the technology has come and whether we may be nearing a breakthrough via a new generation of brain computer interfaces. 53 more words

Government