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In this work, the authors propose a low-cost, portable, and comfortable, singlechannel Brain Computer Interface, based on Steady-State Visual-Evoked Potential with open source hardware and low computational cost algorithms, for daily use. The system is proved to be capable of overcoming the following state-of-the-art drawbacks: (i) the number of electrodes: a high number of electrodes increases the quality but is less comfortable for the user; (ii) the quality of the signal recorded in thedoi:10.1088/1742-6596/1065/13/132005 fatcat:epgk3vnorjazbgzhqxasujtgf4