Brain-Computer Interface Systems for Home Automation
Tejaswini Deelip Name, Prof. S.S. Nagtilak
BCI, HCI, exogenous, endogenous, ECoG, VEP.
Brain-Computer Interface is used to communicate based on human brains neural activity and its very much independent of output generated by peripheral nerves and muscles. It is avoids the use of normal muscular (hand or eye) body parts to make contact and operate the devices. The system is useful for the handicapped people which are unable to move physically. In this paper system aims to control home appliances (like bulb, fan etc.) with the help of Human Attention Level which comes under non-invasive method of brains signal measurement. This attention is being measured by Neuro Sky Headset. Attention level values are ranges from 1 to 100. Attention means user’s level of mental focus which occurs during intense concentration and directed (but stable) mental activity. So, to get attention values user should observe the object (or focus onto the object). For demonstration, we are going to use one fan and one bulb.