EEG Based Brain-Computer-Interface for Movement Control
Ruthy Kaidar


The goal of this research is to build a Brain-Computer Interface that is based on recording the changes in the electrical potential map of the brain, i.e., elecencephalogram (EEG) signals, in order to perform movement control. The EEG will be recorded using surface electrodes. The signals will be processed, mapped and translated into movement commands. These movement commands will be used as input signals to a control unit that will move objects on a computer screen or will control a robotic arm.