The neurally controllable internet browser (BrainBrowser)

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The neurally controllable internet browser (BrainBrowser)
The Internet has become an important part of our daily lives, with browsers serving as the main tool of navigation. For users with severe disabilities, access to the Internet can be crucial to quality of life, providing a myriad of services and opportunities. The GSU BrainLab is researching methods of controlling computer interfaces directly with brain signals, to assist users who are completely paralyzed and have no other means of interaction. Adapting a web browser for neural control provides us a unique opportunity to study navigation issues for assistive technology. The Neural Internet BrainBrowser project is currently exploring new human computer interaction paradigms, web usability concepts, and interface serialization techniques. Keywords Web browsers, neural controls, direct brain interfaces, Internet navigation
Opé Tomori, Melody M. Moore
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Updated 01 Dec 2009
Type Conference
Year 2003
Where CHI
Authors Opé Tomori, Melody M. Moore
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