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RISTI - Revista Ibérica de Sistemas e Tecnologias de Informação

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ARANGO, Juan Esteban; MAZO, Julián Cárdenas  e  PALACIO, Alejandro Peña. Sistema para Rehabilitación del Síndrome del Miembro Fantasma utilizando Interfaz Cerebro-Computador y Realidad Aumentada. RISTI [online]. 2013, n.11, pp.93-106. ISSN 1646-9895.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4304/risti.11.93-106.

In this study, we used a commercial BCI device, the Emotiv EPOC, which is a high-resolution wireless neuroheadset for EEG signal acquisition, to develop a intelligent pattern detection tool parallel to the developer’s one to implement an application that combines Augmented Reality (AR). The application was developed as a possible treatment of phantom limb pain (PLP) in amputees patients. The classification engine development has allowed greater control over processing parameters and signal pattern detection, which yielded up to 82.1% of classification. These detected neural signals from a subject, were used to decode its intention of closing or opening a virtual model of a hand or prosthesis attached to the real stump through the AR environment, providing visual feedback to the patient. This, would neurologically help reduce the PLP.

Palavras-chave : Brain-Computer Interface; Augmented Reality; Rehabilitation; PLP; Intelligent Pattern Recognition.

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