Playing Space Invaders with brain signals
Playing Space Invaders with brain signals

Fine-grained control for space invaders with brain-computer interface (BCI)

2006-10-11 08:59 | darkeye

Researchers at the Washington University at St.Louis, USA, made teenagers control Space Invaders on the Atari 2600 by using their brainwaves. The brain-computer interface (BCI) method used was ECoG - Electro-Cortocography. This is an invasive method (has to be implanted inside the skull), and has much better results than EEG.

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