The overall aim of the BackHome project is to develop systems that allow people to communicate or to control devices in the environment through the use of brainwaves. These are called brain neural computer interface systems or BNCIs. The BNCI system aims to help people with physical disabilities communicate, socialise, and participate in their community.
The role of the Cedar Foundation is to offer the perspective of their service users in the development, testing and evaluation of the BNCI. During the study we want people who have had a brain injury to evaluate the BACKHOME BNCI prototype and to tell us about their experience of using the prototype. For example, Is it useful? Can it be used for every day home use?
View the videos below to see more about Backhome
The final video detailing the results of BackHome, is available to view on youtube -