The aim of the MAMEM project is to include motor impaired people in the digital world. Both eye tracking devices and EEG recorders are utilized to establish a non-intrusive communication channel between human and computer. Our first clinical trials in this year showed the feasibility of the developed system. In the second trial phase, which is scheduled for spring next year, thirty participants will have installed the system for one month at their homes. We will measure their usage of the system and how their social activity is impacted. This talk will give you an overview over the system, explain the engineering challenges for us and present our research interests.
07.12.2017 - 10:15