Published Conference Papers

Summer 2015 in Erlangen, Germany: Neuroscience research at the Universitätsklinikum Erlangen, Kinder- und Jugendabteilung für Psychische Gesundheit. Pictures

The Brain-Computer Interface Lab

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Current Projects: Influence of mu-based BCI performance when participants are given individualized and specific tasks for imagined hand motor movement and relaxation.

Integrating mu-rhythms with steady-state visual evoked potentials (SSVEP) to create a hybrid-BCI

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The EEG cap’s user manual suggested that, now that the cap is wireless, you can take it on a walk! So this is Ashley, showing off how fun (and stylish) the cap can be to wear!

Flying a Parrot AR.Drone using an Emotiv Wireless Headset (Thesis project by Haley Garrison ’15)

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Interfacing a Mirametrix s2 Eye Tracker with a Virtual Hebb-Williams Maze

Eye tracker and virutal maze at Universitätsklinikum Erlangen

Experimental set-up with the eye tracker and virutal maze at the Universitätsklinikum Erlangen

https://youtu.be/pcwKtSdBp1c

https://youtu.be/NzWv9GFSxlE