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There has been considerable interest in producing grasping platforms using non-invasive, low bandwidth brain computer interfaces(BCIs). Most of this work focuses on low level control of simple hands. Using complex hands improves the versatility of a grasping platform at the cost of increasing its complexity. In order to control more complex hands with these low bandwidth signals, we need to use higher level abstractions. Here, we present a user interface which allows the user to combine thedoi:10.1109/iros.2013.6696813 dblp:conf/iros/WeiszEA13 fatcat:skfqmsblorfb3fse7bbxn6aixq