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Paper Title :
Robotics Functioned Over Brainwaves

Author :Harsh Kumar, Sushmita Chougule, Jino Yohanan

Article Citation :Harsh Kumar ,Sushmita Chougule ,Jino Yohanan , (2016 ) " Robotics Functioned Over Brainwaves " , International Journal of Electrical, Electronics and Data Communication (IJEEDC) , pp. 23-26, Volume-4,Issue-6

Abstract : With growing technology the enhancements in gadgets is reaching great height. Every technology is seeking for less human interference and more of automation. How about everything happens automatically just by your thoughts. The mechanism is initiated to implant since 30 years and with growing conceptualization in it, various fundamentals are coming up. Brain consists of various parts and the three main segments are cerebrum, cerebellum and brain stem. Each thought generated in the brain has some energy associated with it. This energy is in the form of an electrical signal which can be detected. This signal generated is defined as electroencephalogram signal in terms of neurology. This electrical signal has some voltage associated with it and it can be detected using electrodes placed across the brain. These parts are the sites of the brain in the frontal portion along with central, parietal and occipital regions. There are many channels allied with these sites and different signals of different amplitude is received through this concept. This forms the basic foundations of Brain wave operated robotics. This is getting advance with time and it provides a very flexible medium to remove all the intermediates between the brain and human. A system is designed which is controlled using these EEG signals which are commanded as input. The tasks are assigned based on the various type of signals detected through these electrodes. These electrodes form the basis of the sensor detecting brain activities. Various types of sensors are introduced based on these fundamentals which give good resistance to noise and enhances the signals in a productive way. Signal detection initiates signal acquisition which is further processed using a bandpass filter and an instrumentation amplifier. This entirely constitutes the sensor. The signals detected are further processed using MATLAB and are interfaced with robotics using Arduino. The main aspect of this brain computer interface has been developed to introduce more accuracy to entire robotics and make the entire system more automatic without human intervention. Technologies are going up and many projects are developed like that of an automatic wheel chair which completely operates on brain waves. Keywords— Amplitude, Arduino, Brain Computer Interface, Bandpass Filter, EEG Signals, Electrodes, Instrumentation Amplifier, Sensors.

Type : Research paper

Published : Volume-4,Issue-6


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