Cap2Monitor

Brain Computer Interface Desktop Control. Don't Act, Just Think!

Future Work :) We’re in the future already

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My Dearest Team :),

I don’t know what made me do this but I simply love this project ūüôā

I finished one item in the future work which was integrating with the Emotiv SDK and I discovered that it was much easier than we expected… :(:(

However, here’s a screenshot (Can’t believe i’m doing this again ūüėÄ )

EmoWrapper Application

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Written by Hani Amr

September 1, 2009 at 3:10 pm

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C2M Future work

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This points we stated as our future work for Cap2Monitor for further development

  • Employing more techniques, ex: Mu Rythem, wink right, wink left, etc.
  • Extending our application that it won‚Äôt only include desktop control ability but also environmental control capabilities. [ex: Smart House Control, Robot Control, etc]
  • Emotiv systems have developed a new headset for human¬†computer interaction. Developing Cap2Monitor SDK to be¬†compatible with the Emotiv head set based on the latest¬†development in neuro-technology.

Written by Menna Tawilla

July 2, 2009 at 11:55 pm

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Finally C2M is Done!

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I just would like to thank my amazing team; we did it guys ūüėÄ ūüėÄ
Congratulationsss ..

Written by Menna Tawilla

June 28, 2009 at 4:16 pm

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SSVEP Last Results isA :)

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SSVEP Results
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1. 7 Hz:
0.78947368421052631578947368421053
0.84615384615384615384615384615385
0.83333333333333333333333333333333
0.75757575757575757575757575757576
0.83333333333333333333333333333333

Average: 81.176

2. 15 Hz:
0.72222222222222222222222222222222
0.66666666666666666666666666666667
0.78125
0.93333333333333333333333333333333
0.73076923076923076923076923076923

Average: 76.62

3. 10 Hz:
76.9 %
0.9375
0.85714285714285714285714285714286
0.89473684210526315789473684210526
0.90909090909090909090909090909091

Average: 87.364

Average Performance: 81.72 = 82 %

Written by Hani Amr

June 14, 2009 at 9:52 pm

MABROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOK

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Sa,
nazran li enni mab7otish 3al blog 5eer kol 5abar sa3eed w mofre7 ūüėÄ

Guys .. 7dl we hv finished el application bel space w el backspace w kol el aflam di
w el double click .. w 3amlna kaman el look down yi swap..

na2is bs isA el test case w el demo video …

da3watko .. SALAM

Written by salehlotfi

June 11, 2009 at 8:12 pm

Latest News

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Dearest Team,

I’ve been invisible for the past few days I know ūüôā but here’re the results I came up with:

1. For the integration task, I almost finished the integration of the application and I found huge problems in all the algorithms ( Thank god for introducing such noisy data that saleh recorded ).

* For the Blink detection algorithm, now it’s working very fine I guess on all of our datasets.
* And the same for Look down detection algorithm.
* For SSVEP, here are the latest ONLINE results:

Online SSVEP Results
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With Threshold = 111

1. Window Size = 10
a. 7 Hz ==> 73 % , 82.8 %
b. 7 Hz (2) ==> 77.16 %
c. 7 Hz (3) ==> 59.8 %
d. 7 Hz (4) ==> 75.4 %
e. 10 Hz (2) ==> 59.7 %
f. 10 Hz ==> 69.5 %

2. Window Size = 9
a. 7 Hz ==> 74.6 %, 78.8 %, 81.5 %
b. 10 Hz ==> 64.6 %, 80 %, 66.3 %
c. 15 Hz ==> 49 %, 44 %, 60.7 %, 65.8 %, 51.7 %

After Lifting up the threshold to 200

1. Window size = 9
a. 7 Hz ==> 96 %, 92.156 %,81.4 %, 97 %
b. 10 Hz ==> 87.7 %, 94 %, 89.5 %,96.6 %
c. 15 Hz ==> 71.4 %, 83.3 %,78.5 %, 85 %, 80 %, 86.6 %, 87 %

You may notice that when I raised the threshold, the results became more interesting except for the 15 Hz that is a bit lower than the other 2 frequencies.

Another thing, we need to record our own data as the past recordings of saleh never raised even a small peak anywhere :D.. And also we don’t have datasets for the 19 Hz frequency which represents a direction in our cursor movement application.

About the application, It’s now integrated and can recognize blinks,lookdowns and SSVEP stimuli in parallel.

That’s all I had to say ūüôā

Best Regards,
Hani Amr

Written by Hani Amr

June 10, 2009 at 12:05 am

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Documentation Structure

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1.       Abstract
2.       Acknowledgment
3.       Table of Contents
3.1.    List of Figures
3.2.    List of Tables
3.3.    Introduction
3.3.1.  Motivation
3.3.2.  Problem Definition
3.3.3.  Project Objective
3.3.4.  Project Benefits
3.3.5.  System Description
3.4.    C2M Analysis
3.4.1.  Vision and Scope
3.4.1.1.              Business Requirements
3.4.1.2.              Vision of Solution
3.4.1.3.              Scope and Limitation
3.4.1.4.              Business Context
3.4.2.  Software Requirements Specifications
3.4.2.1.              Purpose and Scope
3.4.2.2.              Overall description
3.4.2.3.              Specific Requirements [SW/HW]
3.4.3.  System Component Analysis
3.4.3.1.              C2M component analysis
3.5.    Biological and Scientific Background
3.5.1.  The Human Brain [The brain structure “motor system]
3.5.2. Brain Computer Interface [‚ÄĚHow we can record ‚ÄúEEG is one of many ways, invasive and non invasive‚ÄĚ]
3.5.3.  BCI Applications
3.5.4.  BCI Categories
3.5.4.1.              Self regulatory activity
3.5.4.2.              Event related potential
3.6.    BCI Techniques
3.6.1.  Eye Blinking and Movement
3.6.2.  Mu Rhythm
3.6.3.  SSVEP
3.6.4.  P300
3.7.    C2M Design
3.8.    C2M Implementation
3.9.    C2M Integration
3.10.   C2M Conclusion and Future work
4.       References
5.       Acronym
6.       About C2M Team members

1.       Abstract   [Menna]

2.       Acknowledgment

3.       Table of Contents

3.1.    List of Figures

3.2.    List of Tables

3.3.    Introduction   [Omar]

3.3.1.  Motivation   [Omar]

3.3.2.  Problem Definition   [Omar]

3.3.3.  Project Objective   [Omar]

3.3.4.  Project Benefits [Removed]

3.3.5.  System Description [Removed]

3.4.    C2M Analysis

3.4.1.  Vision and Scope     [Basma]

3.4.1.1.              Business Requirements     [Basma]

3.4.1.2.              Vision of Solution     [Basma]

3.4.1.3.              Scope and Limitation     [Basma]

3.4.1.4.              Business Context     [Basma]

3.4.2.  Software Requirements Specifications  [Basma]

3.4.2.1.              Purpose and Scope  [Basma]

3.4.2.2.              Overall description  [Basma]

3.4.2.3.              Specific Requirements [SW/HW]  [Basma]

3.5.    Biological and Scientific Background      [Menna]

3.5.1.  The Human Brain [The brain structure “motor system]      [Menna]

3.5.2. Brain Computer Interface ]   [Menna]

3.5.3.  BCI Applications      [Menna]

3.5.4.  BCI Categories      [Menna]

3.5.4.1.              Self regulatory activity      [Menna]

3.5.4.2.              Event related potential      [Menna]

3.6.    BCI Techniques

3.6.1.  Eye Blinking and Movement   [Menna]

3.6.2.  Mu Rhythm    [Omar]

3.6.3.  SSVEP [Basma]

3.6.4.  P300     [Menna]

3.7.    C2M Design  [Omar & Menna]

3.8.    C2M Implementation  [Hani & Saleh]

3.9.    C2M Integration

3.10.   C2M Conclusion and Future work

4.       References

5.       Acronym

6.       About C2M Team members

Written by Muhammad Omar

June 8, 2009 at 2:56 pm

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