g.tec medical engineering
Head of Sales and Marketing,
Armin Schnürer has been working in research in the field of EEG based BCI systems and biomedical engineering for more than 7 years. Including P300, motor imagery and SSVEP based BCI systems.
Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI) for stroke rehabilitation and consciousness assessment
Lately, BCI systems become increasingly used in the context of stroke rehabilitation and assessment of consciousness. Many BCI systems are based on motor imagery activity recorded from the sensorimotor cortex, which is translated into continuous control signals for rehabilitation devices. Some devices use Virtual Reality/FES to allow users to observe an avatar’s limb movement.
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