Date Added: Aug 2009
Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) has added a new value to efforts being made under human machine interfaces. It has not only introduced new dimensions in machine control but the researchers round the globe are still exploring the possible uses of such applications. BCIs have given a hope where alternative communication channels can be created for the persons having severe motor disabilities. This work is based upon utilizing the brain signals of a human being via scalp ElectroEncephaloGraphy (EEG) to get the control of a robot's navigation which can be visualized as controlling one's surrounding environment without physical strain.