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  • Title

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    Interfacing Mobile Robot with Computational Brain

    Authors

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    D.Karthick1, K.Kannan2, B.Arun3

    Keywords

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    Brain Activity, Brain-Computer Interface, Electroencephalography (EEG), Level analyzer unit (LAU) 

    Issue Date

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    April – 2015

    Abstract

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    This project discusses about a brain controlled robot based on Brain–Computer Interfaces (BCI). BCIs bypass the conventional communication channels and translates different patterns of the brain activity into commands, to enable direct communication between the human brain and physical devices. The mobile robot can be controlled, using these instructions. Main objective of this project work is to develop a robot that can assist the disabled people in their daily life to do some of their works independently. There are millions of interconnected neurons in the human brain. The interactivity between these neurons are signified as thoughts and emotional states. The Brain Wave signal pattern changes according to the human thoughts, which in turn produces different electrical waves. The muscle contraction generates a unique Voltage signal. The Brain wave sensor detects the brain waves, converts the data into packets and transmit through Bluetooth medium. Level analyzer unit (LAU) receives and extracts the data from the sensor and processes the signal using MATLAB platform. Then, the control commands are transmitted to the robot module. With this entire system, a robot is operated corresponding to the human thoughts and it can be turned by the contraction of blink muscle. 

    Page(s)

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    1-4

    ISSN

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    2347- 4734

    Source

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    Vol. 2, No.2, April 2015

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