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B2B - BrainToBrain: A BCI Experiment - May 2009

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Uploaded on May 22, 2009

This is a BCI experiment whereby one person uses BCI to transmit a series of digits over the internet to another person whos computer receives the digits and transmits them to the second users through flashing an LED array. The encoded information is extracted from the brain activity of the second user. This shows true brain-to-brain activity. This is done as a proof of concept - to show that B2B *is* possible - which it is, as we show here. The first person uses motor imagery to generate the digits and the flashing LEDS generate steady-state visual evoked potentials in the brain of the second person - the PCs read these data from the electroencephalograms of EEG person.

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