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Brain Invaders calibration-less P300-based BCI with modulation of flash duration Dataset (bi2015a)

Korczowski, Louis; Cederhout, Martine; Andreev, Anton; Cattan, Grégoire; Coelho Rodrigues, Pedro Luis; Gautheret, Violette; Congedo, Marco

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This dataset contains electroencephalographic (EEG) recordings of 50 subjects playing to a visual P300 Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) videogame named Brain Invaders. The interface uses the oddball paradigm on a grid of 36 symbols (1 Target, 35 Non-Target) that are flashed pseudo-randomly to elicit the P300 response. EEG data were recorded using 32 active wet electrodes with three conditions: flash duration 50ms, 80ms or 110ms. The experiment took place at GIPSA-lab, Grenoble, France, in 2015. A full description of the experiment is available at Python code for manipulating the data is available at The ID of this dataset is bi2015a.


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Investigators: Eng. Louis Korczowski, B. Sc. Martine Cederhout


Technical Support: Eng. Anton Andreev, Eng. Grégoire Cattan, Eng. Pedro. L. C. Rodrigues, M. Sc. Violette Gautheret


Scientific Supervisor: Ph.D. Marco Congedo


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  <dc:subject>Electroencephalography (EEG)</dc:subject>
  <dc:subject>Brain-Computer Interface</dc:subject>
  <dc:title>Brain Invaders calibration-less P300-based BCI with modulation of flash duration Dataset (bi2015a)</dc:title>
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