A BCI TELEOPERATED MUSEUM ROBOTIC GUIDE

Antonio Chella, Rosario Sorbello, Enrico Pagello, Emanuele Menegatti, Prifitis, Tonin, Piccione

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Abstract

Brain Computer Interface is a system that offers also a support to the patients with neuromuscular diseases as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. In this paper are presented some works with the aim to integrate brain computer interfaces and mobile robots. The two aim of this project are: (i) to test an improved BCI experience through the help of a physical robot, so that brain signals are stronger stimulate. (ii) to use a remote robot controlled by a highly paralyzed patient via a BCI through a friendly Graphic User. Some preliminary experiments are presented in this paper about one of the possible application: a robotic museum guide (PeopleBot and Pioneer3 robot), that can transmit remote visual perceptions to the patient
Lingua originaleEnglish
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2009

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Brain computer interface
Museums
Robotics
Robots
Mobile robots
Experiments

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  • Hardware and Architecture
  • Control and Systems Engineering
  • Software

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Chella, A., Sorbello, R., Pagello, E., Menegatti, E., Prifitis, Tonin, & Piccione (2009). A BCI TELEOPERATED MUSEUM ROBOTIC GUIDE.

A BCI TELEOPERATED MUSEUM ROBOTIC GUIDE. / Chella, Antonio; Sorbello, Rosario; Pagello, Enrico; Menegatti, Emanuele; Prifitis; Tonin; Piccione.

2009.

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Chella, A, Sorbello, R, Pagello, E, Menegatti, E, Prifitis, Tonin & Piccione 2009, 'A BCI TELEOPERATED MUSEUM ROBOTIC GUIDE'.
Chella A, Sorbello R, Pagello E, Menegatti E, Prifitis, Tonin e altri. A BCI TELEOPERATED MUSEUM ROBOTIC GUIDE. 2009.
Chella, Antonio ; Sorbello, Rosario ; Pagello, Enrico ; Menegatti, Emanuele ; Prifitis ; Tonin ; Piccione. / A BCI TELEOPERATED MUSEUM ROBOTIC GUIDE.
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