Buchtel College of Arts and Sciences
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Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
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The goal of this paper is to introduce the use of noninvasive brain-computer interfaces to prospective computer scientists. Electroencephalography is explained starting with how a user’s brain waves are measured and ending with how the data is parsed to software programs. To further expand on the ability to implement electroencephalography into software code, and example of a simple game is given. This game is an endless runner, meaning that it has no end and stops once the player’s game piece collides with an object. It is coded in the Python computer language.
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Maurice, Caleb, "The Utility of Electroencephalography for User Input" (2022). Williams Honors College, Honors Research Projects. 1577.