Controller design for Robotic hand through Electroencephalogram
1 Students at the Department of Automation Eng. Sterea Ellada Institute of Technology, 34400 Psahna Evias, Halkis, Greece
2 MSc students at the Department of Automation Eng. Sterea Ellada Institute of Technology, 34400 Psahna Evias, Halkis, Greece
a Corresponding author: email@example.com
- This paper deals with the designing, the construction and the control of a robotic hand via an electroencephalogram sensor. First a robotic device that is able to mimic a real human hand is constructed. A PID controller is designed in order to improve the performance of the robotic arm for grabbing objects. Furthermore, a novel design approach is presented for controlling the motion of the robotic arm using signals produced from an innovative electroencephalogram sensor that detects the concentration of the brain
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