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Web Sites Reviewed

  1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brain%E2%80%93computer_interface
  2. http://emotiv.com/
  3. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emotiv_Systems
  4. http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/102927-brain-computer-interfaces-creep-closer-to-bionic-mecha-dream
  5. http://computer.howstuffworks.com/brain-computer-interface.htm

Thesis Statement


Does BCI technology have the potential to replace the standard methods of Human Computer Interaction?


  • BCI (Brain-Computer Interface)
  • Replace
  • Human Computer Interaction


Research Notes


  • The effect of implanted interfaces (anything that is connected directly to our nervous system) i.e. Brain-Computer Interfaces.
  • How will BCIs effect the psyche of humans?
  • BCIs and helping paralyzed/disabled people.
  • How will errors be handled?(Incorrect actions, actions not meant to be done)

Thesis Statement

  1. Does BCI technology have the potential to replace the standard methods of Human Computer Interaction?

Preliminary Research

Primary Sources

Secondary Sources

Monkey can receive BCI input

Unravelling the Intricacy of the Brain

Brain Controller Prosthetic Arms

General information

Error Recovery

Wikipedia Article

Prioritized Note Record

Questions & Answer

How does the Brain actually Interface with BCI's?

  • Neurons
  • Electroencephalography
  • Neuroplasticity

Has this Technology been successful in practice?

  • Animal Testing: Monkeys
  • Testing on Humans
  • Invasive
  • Non-Invasive
  • Semi-Invasive

Is this technology capable of scaling? Right now we have can handle simple interactions with BCIs but what about more complex ones such as picking out an exact thought?

  • The limits of conventional technology such as EEG and MRI
  • New research and technologies that can address this

Human Computer Interaction Vs Brain Computer Interfaces

  • Arguments for replacement
  • Arguments against
    • Cultural Acceptance
  • Possibilities?

Further Research

Outline Of the Argument

Bibliography - MLA Format