Artificial Intelligence Journal .

Brain actuated interaction

J. del R. Millan and F. Renkens and J. Mourino and W. Gerstner

Over the last years evidence has accumulated that shows the possibility to analyze human brain-activity on-line and translate brain states into actions such as selecting a letter from a virtual keyboard or moving a robotic device. These initial results have been obtained with either invasive approaches or synchronous protocols. In this paper we describe a portable noninvasive brain-computer interface that allows the continous control of a mobile robot in a house-like environment and also the operation of a virtual keyboard.