CerebotMind Controlled Humanoid Robot



The Cerebot system, consisting of a Cerebus neural signal acquisition system and a KXT-PC humanoid robot with 20 degrees of freedom (DOFs) or a NAO humanoid robot with 25 degrees of freedom, is a platform to investigate mind control of humanoid robot walking behavior via neural signals.



The blog post  on the RobotLab




1.   Wei Li, Christian Jaramillo, and Yunyi Li, “A Brain Computer Interface based Humanoid Robot Control System,” Proceeding (751) Biomechanics / 752: Robotics, pp. 390 – 395, 2011 (.pdf format).

2.   Wei Li, Christian Jaramillo, and Yunyi Li, “Development of Mind Control System for Humanoid Robot through a Brain Computer Interface,” Proceedings of Second International Conference on Intelligent System Design and Engineering Application, pp. 679 – 682,  2012 (.pdf format).  

3.   Wei Li, Yunyi Li, Genshe Chen, Dan Shen, Erik Blasch, Khanh Pham, and Robert Lynch, “Acquiring Neural Signals for Developing a Perception and Cognition Model,” Proceedings of SPIE 8385, 83850I, 2012 (.pdf format).

4.   Wei Li, Yunyi Li, Genshe Chen, and Qinghao Meng, “Acquiring Brain Signals of Imagining Humanoid Robot Walking Behavior via Cerebot,” Proceedings of IEEE First International Conference on Cognitive Systems and Information Processing, (in press)


Video Clips:


A Mind-Controlled Humaonoid Robot -- Cerebot 2011

Acquiring Neural Signals via Cerebot 2011

SSVEP Model for Controlling NAO with Mind

P300 Model for Controlling NAO with Mind

Controlling NAO with Obstacle Avoidance with Mind

Controlling NAO through a Door with Mind

NAO Exploration and Serveilance with Mind

Public Show of Cerebot at a Neuroscience Conference