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Brain, Body and Bytes: Designing Brain-Computer Interaction Beyond Medical Applications

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SKERG Seminar with Dr. Areej Al-Wabil on Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI). The synoposis of this presentation is available at https://skerg.ksu.edu.sa/bci2016

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Brain, Body and Bytes: Designing Brain-Computer Interaction Beyond Medical Applications

  1. 1. Brain, Body and Bytes: Designing Brain-Computer Interaction Beyond Medical Applications Areej Al-Wabil, PhD Principal Investigator, Center for Complex Engineering Systems (CCES), KACST Research Fellow, Ideation Lab, School of Engineering, MIT Brain, Body and Bytes (SKERG Seminar) – Jan 19, 2016
  2. 2. Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs) carry the promise of natural and intuitive human-computer interaction (HCI) design. BCI technology has matured to the extent that it is available for a broad range of applications in the context of daily use. While most BCI technology was developed for medical applications, we present a wide spectrum of non-medical applications that have been developed in SKERG in the past 3 years, including device control, user state monitoring and emotion-aware responsive gaming applications.
  3. 3. BCI SystemsScope and Definitions Brain–computer interface (BCI) Mind-machine interface (MMI) Direct neural interface (DNI) Synthetic telepathy interface (STI) Brain–machine interface (BMI) Brain, Body and Bytes (SKERG Seminar) – Jan 19, 2016
  4. 4. Brain, Body and Bytes (SKERG Seminar) – Jan 19, 2016 BCI SystemsScope and Definitions •Invasive •Partially Invasive •Non-Invasive
  5. 5. BCI SystemsScope and Definitions Brain, Body and Bytes (SKERG Seminar) – Jan 19, 2016
  6. 6. BCI SystemsEEG, fMRI, MRI, and MEG machines Brain, Body and Bytes (SKERG Seminar) – Jan 19, 2016
  7. 7. BCI Projects in SKERG
  8. 8. BCI DesignSKERG Project Augmenting Speech-Language Rehabilitation with Brain Computer Interfaces: An Exploratory Study Using Non-Invasive Electroencephalographic Monitoring Brain, Body and Bytes (SKERG Seminar) – Jan 19, 2016
  9. 9. BCI DesignSKERG Project Neurogaming: Emotion-Aware Gaming Brain, Body and Bytes (SKERG Seminar) – Jan 19, 2016
  10. 10. BCI DesignSKERG Project Education and Training Empathetic Serious Gaming for Dyslexia: Brainwave Arabic Phonological Processing Training App Brain, Body and Bytes (SKERG Seminar) – Jan 19, 2016
  11. 11. BCI DesignSKERG Project Assistive Technologies BCI-Controlled Wheelchair Brain, Body and Bytes (SKERG Seminar) – Jan 19, 2016
  12. 12. BCI DesignSKERG Project HCI Design Comparing BCI to Eyetracking Brain, Body and Bytes (SKERG Seminar) – Jan 19, 2016
  13. 13. Brain, Body and Bytes (SKERG Seminar) – Jan 19, 2016 BCI DesignSKERG Project Computation Algorithms for BCI: Seizure Forecasting Systems
  14. 14. BCI DesignSKERG Project Arabic Brain-typing Application: Augmentative and Alternative Communication AAC for physically impaired users Hadeel Al-Negheimish, Lama Al-Andas, Latifah Al-Mofeez, Aljawharah Al-Abdullatif, Nuha Al-Khalifah, Brain, Body and Bytes (SKERG Seminar) – Jan 19, 2016
  15. 15. BCI DesignSKERG Project Usability Engineering of Neurorehabilitation Systems: Attention Screening and Therapy with BCI Systems Brain, Body and Bytes (SKERG Seminar) – Jan 19, 2016
  16. 16. BCI DesignSKERG Project Smart Offices with Dr. Ghada Alhudhud Students: Nuha Alrajhi, Latifa Almazrou, Nouf Alanazy, Aisha Almahmoud, Dalal bin Muribah Brain, Body and Bytes (SKERG Seminar) – Jan 19, 2016
  17. 17. What are technical challenges, design opportunities, societal impact and time to market for these innovations..?
  18. 18. Thank You areej@mit.edu @_areej Brain, Body and Bytes (SKERG Seminar) – Jan 19, 2016

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