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2D cursor movement using EEG signal

Posted: 26 Jan 2012, 08:30
by sonidaman
hello all,
i am making my masters project "2D cursor movement using EEG signal".i need all information about this.please help me about my project.all i need is EEG signal for it & i have to simulate it in MATLAB software.and i need bci2000 software also.so please help me about my project please :( .
thnx in advance.

Re: 2D cursor movement using EEG signal

Posted: 26 Jan 2012, 08:33
by jawilson
I would recommend going to pubmed or google scholar and doing a search for 2d eeg brain computer interfaces. There are countless papers on this topic, and as a master's student you should have no problem finding them.

As for downloading BCI2000, look at bci2000.org and go to the download link for instructions.

Adam

Re: 2D cursor movement using EEG signal

Posted: 26 Jan 2012, 09:19
by sonidaman
Thnx for ur reply sir.but when i m going on this link http://www.bci2000.org/BCI2000/Download.html it shows tht the server requires username & password. & i m entering my infos then also its not letting me download it it shows some error.

Re: 2D cursor movement using EEG signal

Posted: 26 Jan 2012, 09:33
by sonidaman
Dear Adam,
i have 4 to 5 IEEE papers but i need the full description that how can i develop 2D cursor movement using EEG signal? please help me about that.because i dont have much time for my project submission.i have only 2 months left for it.so please help me about it sir.
thnx in advance.

Re: 2D cursor movement using EEG signal

Posted: 16 Jan 2013, 06:42
by saranya
hi,i am working on a project to build a bci system to control a robatic arm for which i need to use a bci2000, but i am not getting a idea how bci2000 is useful in doing this and want know how to work with it ,how it will b used to interface with real world :?: .i have very short time to do this project ao can anyone help me to get out of this problem. :)

Re: 2D cursor movement using EEG signal

Posted: 30 Jan 2013, 12:48
by mellinger
The BCI2000 wiki will give you information about BCI2000, and how to obtain it.
http://www.bci2000.org/wiki

As a masters student, you will be able to find the information you need. Also, Google is your friend. In case you have specific questions, come back to the BBS.

Regards,
Juergen