Utilising P300 via non-invasive brain computer interface to control wheelchair

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Physically challenged people have certain difficulties that prevents a public from living a natural life. The main advantage or need for design smart wheel chair is mobility. There are products catering to disabled person to satisfy also assist them to overcome the issues they face in move from one place to another, in various ways. The proposed system allows a person in need to move a wheelchair using his/her brainwave signals. That will be achieved by using a NeuroSky TGAM1 module and Arduino Mega 2560 over a Bluetooth communication establishment. The ultimate outcome is to comfort and cater to a larger population of the physically challenged with a simpler, cheaper yet effective alternative.

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Sivabalakrishnan, M., & Jeeva, S. (2019). Utilising P300 via non-invasive brain computer interface to control wheelchair. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 8(11), 3329–3333. https://doi.org/10.35940/ijitee.K2453.0981119

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