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State Of Art :Design Of Robotic Architecture With Brain Mapped Wheelchair For Intelligent System Control

Author : Sagar Deshpande 1 Nilesh Vernekar 2 Sahana G Murnal 3 Smita S Puranik 4

Date of Publication :7th January 2016

Abstract: Independent mobility is core to being able to per-form activities of daily living by oneself. However, powered wheelchairs are not an option for a large number of people who are unable to use conventional interfaces, due to severe motor– disabilities. For some of these people, non–invasive brain– computer interfaces (BCIs) offer a promising solution to this interaction problem and in this article we present a shared control architecture that couples the intelligence and desires of the user with the precision of a powered wheelchair. We show how four healthy subjects are able to master control of the wheelchair using an asynchronous motor–imagery based BCI protocol and how this results in a higher overall task performance, compared with alternative synchronous P300–based approaches

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