Improving the accessibility at home: implementation of a domotic application using a p300-based brain computer interface system

Authors

  • Rebeca Corralejo Palacios Universidad de Valladolid
  • Roberto Hornero Sánchez Universidad de Valladolid
  • Daniel Álvarez González Universidad de Valladolid
  • Laura Martín González Universidad de Valladolid

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17411/jacces.v2i1.83

Keywords:

disability, brain-computer interface, domotics.

Abstract

The aim of this study was to develop a Brain Computer Interface (BCI) application to control domotic devices usually present at home. Previous studies have shown that people with severe disabilities, both physical and cognitive ones, do not achieve high accuracy results using motor imagery-based BCIs. To overcome this limitation, we propose the implementation of a BCI application using P300 evoked potentials, because neither extensive training nor extremely high concentration level are required for this kind of BCIs. The implemented BCI application allows to control several devices as TV, DVD player, mini Hi-Fi system, multimedia hard drive, telephone, heater, fan and lights. Our aim is that potential users, i.e. people with severe disabilities, are able to achieve high accuracy. Therefore, this domotic BCI application is useful to increase

Published

2012-05-11

How to Cite

Corralejo Palacios, R., Hornero Sánchez, R., Álvarez González, D., & Martín González, L. (2012). Improving the accessibility at home: implementation of a domotic application using a p300-based brain computer interface system. Journal of Accessibility and Design for All, 2(1), 1-14. https://doi.org/10.17411/jacces.v2i1.83