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EEG Based Human Brain Controlled Robotic Vehicle


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1 lndian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur, Howrah, West Bengal - 711103, India
2 Central Institute of Technology, Kokrajhar, Assam - 783370, India
     

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Assistive robotic technology has gained a lot of attention among many other research fields of robotics nowadays. The main motto of this method is to help the various disabled people to their day to day activity by utilizing a sort of artificial robotic medium. In this paper a robotic vehicle is designed and controlled by taking the command signal from the user’s brain using BCI technology. The EEG signal has been captured by using a single channel sensor viz. Neurosky Mindwave Headset. The Arduino microcontroller is used to control the motion of a three wheel robotic vehicle by taking the commands from the sensor via Bluetooth technology. Direction of the movement of the vehicle can easily be maintained by simply the user’s attention level according to his choice.

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BCI Technology, EEG, Robotic Vehicle, Neurosky Mindwave Headset.
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Authors

Ganesh Roy
lndian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur, Howrah, West Bengal - 711103, India
Arijit Sen
Central Institute of Technology, Kokrajhar, Assam - 783370, India
Animesh Bhattacharyya
Central Institute of Technology, Kokrajhar, Assam - 783370, India
Subhasis Bhaumik
lndian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur, Howrah, West Bengal - 711103, India

Abstract


Assistive robotic technology has gained a lot of attention among many other research fields of robotics nowadays. The main motto of this method is to help the various disabled people to their day to day activity by utilizing a sort of artificial robotic medium. In this paper a robotic vehicle is designed and controlled by taking the command signal from the user’s brain using BCI technology. The EEG signal has been captured by using a single channel sensor viz. Neurosky Mindwave Headset. The Arduino microcontroller is used to control the motion of a three wheel robotic vehicle by taking the commands from the sensor via Bluetooth technology. Direction of the movement of the vehicle can easily be maintained by simply the user’s attention level according to his choice.

Keywords


BCI Technology, EEG, Robotic Vehicle, Neurosky Mindwave Headset.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22485/jaei%2F2019%2Fv89%2Fi3-4%2F194808