Keyboards vs. Brain-Computer Interfaces

Information Transfer Rate and Bits/Min

To do this, we’ll be investigating each device’s information transfer rate (ITR), or how fast the user can communicate with the device. We have some intuitive sense of this — obviously the keyboard allows for faster and more varied input than the TV remote. It’d be easy to…

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Hi! I’m Andy. I try to make things that haven’t been made before. Check out my personal projects at https://andykong.org/

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