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MindKeyboard is an onscreen keyboard that you can control with your brain, or facial expressions.
It emulates a real keyboard and it's able to type in standard appplications like web browsers or text editors.
It's fully configurable for each user needs and particularly suited for those who can't absolutely move.

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amitabh nanda, 08/30/2013 02:12:52
Anna Giuliani,

Can you update us on whether you used the EPOC solution for your father and about what luck you had with it.

I'm considering getting it for my mum, who has ALS, and we have used HeadMouse and Camera Mouse with some success but I was looking at EPOC as I feel it might be a more long term solution and have more accuracy and ease of use.

My discussion with the very helpful people at EMOTIV is here:

Best of luck
jorge velez, 03/21/2013 10:11:24
Hi Anna Giuliani,,

How has it worked out with finding something for youre father. Are you using the headset or something else.

Thanks for sharing.

Davide, 09/27/2012 12:52:54
Hi Jerry, it highly depends. In general it's a slow way of typing. If you can use facial expressions you can have a somewhat decent speed, like 6-8 letters per minute. with cognitiv i never had much success, but that depends on your skill with cognitiv.
the app was designed to give a chance to comunicate to people with locked-in syndrome. so speed was never a requirement.

but anyway, the app is free, go try it for yourself =)
Jerry Ford, 09/24/2012 19:01:55
Hello, how many letter can be typed per minute? Thanks.

Davide, 05/18/2012 15:17:20
Hi Anna,
mindkeyboard only works on a pc unfortunately, so there's no way for you to use that on a macbook unless you use paralles or whatever the mac uses to virtualize windows.

i'll get in touch with emotiv to see if we can work out a mac build of the app for you. will get back to you.

if you have further inquires, please ask freely =)
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