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McGill University Students Create EEG-Based Augmentative Communication System

Undergraduate students at McGill University created a communication system called ChattERP, based on the P300 event-related potential (ERP), a waveform reflecting decision-making, as measured by the low-cost OpenBCI. ChattERP was created with the challenges faced by people with locked-in syndrome in mind.

The undergraduate team made available their methodology and research on Github and demo’d their work art NeuroTechX events.


The tech behind it

How they pulled it off

Video explanation/demo

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