Portland State University. Department of Electrical Engineering
George G. Lendaris
Date of Publication
Master of Science (M.S.) in Electrical Engineering
Communication devices for people with disabilities, Gaze, Neural networks (Computer science), Visual evoked response
1 online resource (119 p.)
Severe motor disabilities can render a person almost completely incapable of communication. Nevertheless, in many cases, the sensory systems are intact and the eye movements are still under good control. In these cases, one can use a device such as the Brain Response Interface (BRI) to command a remote control (e.g. room temperature, bed position), a word-processor, a speech synthesizer, and so on.
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