Digital Signal Processing


Brain Machine Interface: A New Vision and Mission for Blind Persons

Authors: Ganesh Padole, Sandip Kamble, Devika Deshmukh, Jagdish Chakole

Brain Machine Interface (BMI) is a most important technological breakthrough in decades. In recent years, progress is being made towards sensory substitution devices for the blind. In the long run, there could be the possibility of brain implants. A brain implant or cortical implant provides visual input from a camera directly to the brain via electrodes in contact with the visual cortex at the backside of the head. In this paper, we proposed some applications where BMI can be used effectively which are very much useful for the society.

Comments: 03 Pages. IJCSN International Journal of Computer Science and Network, Volume 3, Issue 1, February 2014

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