Robotic arm controlled by OpenViBE

It’s been 8 months now since the first public release of OpenViBE. The community around the software is growing every days and many people are evaluating or trying to do something new with the software. Today, Dieter Devlaminck, researcher at Ghent University, reported his recent results with OpenViBE : controlling a robotic arm thanks to P300 signals. What he did with OpenViBE was basically to derive the xDAWN based P300 signals speller scenario. Each letter in the grid allows to send a specific command to the robot. He posted a video demonstrating those results. It works pretty well !

Interested readers may visit Dieter’s blog.
The xDAWN based P300 signals speller scenario is included in the latest release !

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