Human machine interface: robotizing the instinctive living

Ahmad Mahmood Tahir, Jamshed Iqbal, Tauseef Aized

Abstract


The advancement in medical science and technology has revolutionized human interaction with machines crafting one of the most promising state of the art technological fields of today rsquo s world This innovation has made doors opened to rehabilitation beyond patient assistance ndash Brain Computer Interface BCI has stepped forward towards life automation brain controlled daily life actions and entertainment hands free gaming This paper reviews key techniques and sensors vital to this technological paramount along with an appraisal to the commercially available sensors An exclusive appraisal on state of the art BCI technologies has also been discussed conferring their application specific importance The methodical study of these technologies and comparison of corresponding techniques and sensors is potentially useful to demonstrate the significance of brain machine interface

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