Robotic Arm Control by Brain Computer Interface using LabVIE

JIITA, vol.3 no.2, pp.257-259, 2019, DOI: 10.22664/ISITA.2019.3.2.257

Raheel Mukati 1), Adeel Siddiuqi 1), Ali Akber Siddiqui 2), M. Tahir Qadri 3), Zia Mohy Ud Din 1,*)

1) Biomedical Engineering Department, Sir Syed University of Engineering & Technology, Karachi, Pakistan
2) Department of Telecommunication Engineering, Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology
3) Department of Electronic Engineering, Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology.

Abstract: Brain computer interface (BCI) is the method of choosing the pathway other than brain’s natural neural circuitry for delivering the impulses outside the body for control and processing, in order to interact with the external world. It is done by picking up signals from different regions of the brain through electroencephalography (EEG). This paper set up the use of BCI to control the simulation of a virtual robotic arm on software LabVIEW. It makes use of arbitrary simulated EEG signals to control the arm.

Keyword: 19-lead EEG waveform selector; alpha waves; International 10-20 System


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