VIRTUAL INTERACTIONS: CAN EEG HELP MAKE THE DIFFERENCE WITH REAL INTERACTION?

Abstract : Science and technology progress fast, but mouse and keyboard are still used to control multimedia devices. One of the limiting factors of gesture based HCIs adoption is the detection of the user's intention to interact. This study tries to make a step in that direction with use of consumer EEG sensor headset. EEG headset records in real-time data that can help to identify intention of the user based on his emotional state. For each subject EEG responses for different stimuli are recorded. Acquiring these data allows to determine the potential of EEG based intention detection. The findings are promising and with proper implementation should allow to building a new type of HCI devices.
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Jan Rzepecki, Jonathan Delcourt, Matthieu Perreira da Silva, Patrick Le Callet. VIRTUAL INTERACTIONS: CAN EEG HELP MAKE THE DIFFERENCE WITH REAL INTERACTION?. 2012 IEEE International Conference on Multimedia & Expo Workshops (ICMEW), Jul 2012, Melbourne, Australia. pp.151 - 156, ⟨10.1109/ICMEW.2012.33⟩. ⟨hal-00724400⟩

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