Freiburg Screen-free BCI for Robotic Object Selection: EEG Dataset

  1. Joseline Veit
  2. Wolfram Burgard
  3. Michael Tangermann

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Category: Data

Description: EEG data from 19 participants selecting objects directly in the environment using an ERP-based paradigm. Stimuli are presented using a laser pointer mounted on a robotic arm, avoiding any screen-based user interface.

License: Other


Freiburg Screen-free BCI for Robotic Object Selection: EEG Dataset In this dataset, we present data from a screen-free Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) [1], where a robot highlighted candidate objects in the environment using a laser pointer, such that the user goal can decoded from the resulting event-related responses (ERPs) in the electroencephalogram (EEG). This dataset contains EEG recordings...


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