On the Better Performance of Pianists Using Brain Computer Interface Systems by Means of Motor Imagery

  1. José-Vicente Riquelme-Ros
  2. Germán Rodríguez-Bermúdez

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Category: Communication


All the experiences of our life build the microscopic details of our brain. In the case of musicians, years of musical training results in some special neurological characteristics. Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) systems collect brain activity, for example derived from motor imagery, by means of an electroencephalogram and then these systems process and transform this physiological signal in order...


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