Application of Brain-Computer Interface for Disabled People on Human Factors Engineering

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Authors: Siying LongJing Yang

Abstract: Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) is a new type of human-computer interaction technology, which has achieved good theoretical results so far, but still faces many problems in the practical application of the technology. At present, the main group of people who use BCI technology is the disabled, because this technology can improve the self-care ability of disabled people, but the application design of traditional brain-computer interface in the past did not start from them well. Based on human factors engineering, this paper will analyze the characteristics of disabled people, combine the existing theoretical characteristics of BCI, optimize the application of BCI, and design unique and intelligent application scenarios for them. This can greatly improve people's awareness and acceptance of BCI technology, and promote the development of BCI technology.Keywords: Human Factor Engineering, Brain-Computer Interface, Disabled People, Intelligent Application

Keywords: human factors, 3D Visualization Module, Orthopedics

DOI: 10.54941/ahfe1001903

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