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April 30, 2012 AT 4:16 pm

Play Pong with brain waves… Brain-Computer Interface Using Single-Channel Electroencephalography

Brain-Computer Interface Using Single-Channel Electroencephalography.

We developed an EEG brainwave-controlled Pong game using an AVR microcontroller. It uses alpha wave modulation based on the spectral power to control the paddle position. If you relax, the paddle moves up, and if you concentrate, the paddle moves down.


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