Platform for the study of virtual task-oriented motion and its evaluation by EEG and EMG biopotentials
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© 2014 IEEE. This paper presents a platform to study the relationship between upper limb kinematic and biopotential measurements. The platform comprises of a haptic joystick, biopotential acquisition systems and 3D rendered virtual tasks that require user interaction. The haptic joystick, named TeeR, reproduces the pronation-supination and flexion-extension movements of the human arm, which are directly mapped to a 2D graphic display. The biopotential acquisition system is able to record electroencephalography (EEG) and electromyography (EMG) signals and synchronize them with kinematic data obtained from the Tee-R. The 3D virtual tasks are designed to obtain performance measurements from the user interaction. We include an example that depicts the possibilities of application for the study of event-related (de)synchronization (ERD/ERS) based on EEG during motor tasks.