Name of the Technology :     Brain Computer Interface  
 
 Disability Sector :                   Multiple Disability
 
 Function :                                Memory and Cognitive aids
 
 Category of research :           Upgradation of existing technology/product
 
 Brief description of the product/ technology:

 Most of the neurological disorders mainly affects speech, mobility, etc…The trauma also cause severe impairment and also some people lose their cognitive  behavior. So for training the patients in hospital/ home environments, the brain computer interface can be a best solution.
 The subjects can be allowed to participate for their betterment by the medical professionals.
 
 The proposed methodology is to give visual input as stimulus to record evoked potential, the patient may be asked to count number of times the images  appeared. Whenever the required visual stimulus (picture) occurs the EVP- p300 is prominent. By using a classifier the performance of the subject can be              studied. Auditory stimulus can also be used if the subject eye sensitivity is not good. It helps as aid to all age group with disability to get recovered.
 
 The products developed are useful multi tasking as well as for multiple disorders.

 
 Readiness level of the product/technology:                                                              Conceptualization of the idea
 
 Anticipated time to reach the next readiness level:                                                  More than 12 months 
 
 Anticipated time for the technology/product to come in the market:                      More than two years 
 
 Any Hindrance(s) being faced w.r.t. the development of product/technology:      Lack of Funds

 
 Anticipated cost:         Not Available  
 
 Contact Details:           Dr.C.Lakshmi Deepika-Associate Professor & Mr.E.Sreedhar Kumar, Senior Manager,
                                       PSG TIFAC - CORE in Product Design, PSG College of Technology
                                       Department of Bio- Medical Engineering, PSG College of Technology
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