In this paper, we consider two obstacles preventing widespreaddeployment of Brain Computer Interface (BCI) technology: the lack of standardizationfor the user interface and the applications interface. We suggest astructure for an intuitive graphical user interface (IGUI) and propose a methodologyfor usability testing. A universal application interface (UAI) based onUniversal Plug and Play and deployed by Open Services Gateway initiative isproposed. This issues user commands and receives device status; and communicatesto the IGUI using an eXtensible Mark-up Language file containing menudefinitions. Using this approach we have achieved control of simple domesticdevices, using ‘plug and play’ technology, interaction with a set top box andmedia player for entertainment applications.
- Brain computer interface
- graphical user interface
- universal application interface
McCullagh, PJ., Ware, M., McRoberts, A., Lightbody, G., Mulvenna, M., McAllister, HG., Gonzales, JL., & Medina, VC. (2011). Towards Standardized User and Application Interfaces for the Brain Computer Interface. In J. A. Jacko (Ed.), Human Computer Interaction (Vol. 6766, pp. 573-582). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-21663-3_62