CSUF Students develop Hard- and Software to mind-control Wheelchairs

Source: ocregister.com

With the aid of a smartphone application and hardware, Cal State Fullerton students have created a low-cost and easily manageable system by which an electric wheelchair can be controlled by brain waves and facial movements.

The project – Brain-Computer Interface Controlled Driving Aid for Electric Wheelchairs – is being led by graduate computer engineering student Nikhil Shinde and undergraduate computer engineering students Graciela Cortez and Rayton Espiritu.


Read more here: http://www.ocregister.com/articles/project-702406-students-electric.html

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