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1/25/2013 05:30 PM EST
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eewiz   1/28/2013 5:09:49 AM
Good friend of mine, just finished his PhD in BCI with a few publications in IEEE Trans.. I have been his subject in BCI experiments many times wearing that EEG cap to test his BCI system. It works to some extent with a few hours of training. But then error rate is quite high, and the results vary drastically between person to person

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