BCI Projects by EMOTIV Community using EMOTIV headsets

EMOTIV BCI Application

EMOTIV headsets have been widely used in Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) applications. In a typical BCI experience, users will train an application to
recognize a single thought that will be used to control a virtual or physical object. Some exciting applications include commanding drones or wheelchairs, creating music or art, or adapting digital experiences to real-time emotions.

We’re excited to share some projects from the EMOTIV community:

1. Students from Matej Bel University, Slovakia used EMOTIV EPOC+ to control AlphaBot2 using Mental Commands. Anna Mandrichenko and Aleksandr Mandrichenko were inspired to create simple apps to help people with disabilities.

A cool robot control project by students from Matej Bel University, Slovakia! EMOTIV EPOC+ was used to control AlphaBot2 Raspberri Pi & its camera via mental commands. During the project, Anna Mandrichenko & her partner, Aleksandr Mandrichenko were inspired to create simple apps to help people with disabilities.

Posted by EMOTIV on Friday, April 24, 2020

2. Felipe Cintra and his team leveraged neurotechnology advancement using our EMOTIV EPOC+ headset to develop applications and tap into the power of the human brain.

3. Viktor Vaňo used EMOTIV EPOC+ to control a robot car in his bachelor thesis project.

We’d love to learn about how your BCI projects and research are powered by EMOTIV! If you have a project you’d like to share, tag us with @emotiv or directly share with us via https://www.emotiv.com/contact-support/.

***Disclaimer - EMOTIV products are intended to be used for research applications and personal use only. Our products are not sold as Medical Devices as defined in EU directive 93/42/EEC. Our products are not designed or intended to be used for diagnosis or treatment of disease.