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Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics
BCI (Brain Computer Interface) technology shows great promise in the field of assistive robotics. In particular, severely impaired individuals lacking the use of their hands and arms would benefit greatly from a robotic grasping system that can be controlled by a simple and intuitive BCI. In this paper we describe an end-to-end robotic grasping system that is controlled by only four classified facial EMG signals resulting in robust and stable grasps. A front end vision system is used todoi:10.1007/978-3-319-00065-7_30 fatcat:w3lcmvhiwjhcho3o3sfnonhtuy