A scientific study on Braincontrol has been published on International ACHI 2016 journal
The study conducted from 2012 to 2015 on Braincontrol has been published the 25 of April 2016 in the scientific journal ACHI 2016 with the title “Results of 3-Year Study of a BCI-Based Communicator for Patients with Severe Disabilities”.
It was also presented at the conference “The Ninth International Conference on Advances in Computer-Human Interactions”, conduted in Venice between 24 and 28 of April.
The study has involved a group of 63 healthy users and 42 patients with physical and communicative disabilities due to diseases such as ALS, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy and Traumatic injuries. Of these, 19 were in the initial or severe stage of the disease, 23 in the state of locked-in. Healthy users and the group of patients in early stages have all reached the goal, with a percentage of 100%, while the group of locked-in has had a success rate of 91%, giving a high and significant efficacy of the device.
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